On October 21, 2021, the State Board of Education adopted the Oregon Mathematics Standards, which represent K-12 learning expectations in mathematics for all students and are a foundational expectation of the Oregon Diploma.
Key revisions from the previously adopted mathematics standards include:
- Addition of a K-12 Data Reasoning Domain
- Merging of measurement content with Geometry content
- Revision of K-12 domains to reflect the learning pathways of Algebraic Reasoning, Numeric Reasoning, Geometric Reasoning & Measurement, and Data Reasoning
- Identification of a core two credit requirement in high school that aligns to the Oregon 2+1 course design
Additional resources, such as standards-level guidance documents, learning progressions, and crosswalks, can be found on the Math Standards page. A frequently asked questions (FAQ) document has also been set up to capture common questions
The transition from the 2010 standards to the 2021 standards will occur in the 2021-22 and 2022-23 school years, with updated materials used by students in the fall of the 2023-24 school year. Links to the 2010 (OR CCSS) standards will remain on this webpage for reference until September 2023.
Families and community members can review the new standards by visiting the Oregon Department of Education website.
Math Adoption Community Meeting
All meetings at the District Office, 471 Ochoco Plaza Drive
- January 31st, 5pm – 6pm
- March 2nd, 5pm – 6pm
- March 21st, 5pm – 6pm
- April 18th, 5pm – 6pm