Curriculum FrameworksGuidelines for implementing the content standards adopted by the California State Board of Education that are developed by the Instructional Quality Commission.
2013 Revision of the Mathematics Framework
Assembly Bill 250 (Chapter 608, Statutes of 2011) calls for the revision of the Mathematics Framework to align with the California Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.
- 2013 Revision of the Mathematics Framework
The California State Board of Education adopted the Mathematics Framework on November 6, 2013. This version of the Mathematics Framework will remain posted while it is edited for publication.
- Executive Summary: Mathematics Framework
The executive summary highlights essential information and guidance in the Mathematics Framework and is intended to introduce the reader to the wealth of information and support for teachers, administrators, and parents/guardians it provides.
- Making Meaning of the California Mathematics and ELA/ELD Frameworks – Helpful Tools for Every Audience (DOC)
This summary provides concrete examples on how the ELA/ELD and Mathematics Frameworks, Executive Summaries, and Parent/Guardian Brochures can be used by stakeholders to more effectively implement the California standards.
- Brochures for Parents/Guardians in English and Spanish
These brochures on the mathematics standards showcase example problems and highlight the progression of learning through the grade levels. The brochures also offer suggestions for parents/guardians to support their students’ learning and a list of additional resources.
Video: Overview of the Mathematics Framework (Dated 26-Feb-2015)
This video for teachers, administrators, and other educators provides an overview of the Mathematics Framework and how it supports implementation of the California Common Core State Standards for Mathematics.
Common Core State Standards for Mathematics (PDF; 3MB)
Links to the standards adopted by the California State Board of Education in August 2010 (Modified January 2013 Publication Version).
Common Core State Standards Initiative
The multi-state initiative released the CCSS on June 2, 2010. The initiative site includes information about the development and research behind the standards, appendices, the states that have adopted the CCSS, and frequently asked questions.
- Appendix A
Designing High School Mathematics Courses Based on the CCSS.
2005 Mathematics Framework (Available on request)
The Framework was adopted by the State Board of Education on March 9, 2005.
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Links to downloads of all Content Standards.
All Curriculum Frameworks
Links to downloads of all Curriculum Frameworks.