Bill Bush sent me this Overview of the Mathematics Curriculum Analysis Project. Funded by the Brookhill Foundation and Texas Instruments and supported by the Council of Chief State School Officers, the project aims to provide a set of mathematics curriculum analysis tools that will allow K–12 textbook adoption committees, school administrators, and K–12 teachers to analyze mathematics curriculum materials with regard to their alignment to the Common Core.
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How does my current math textbook, Middle School Math – Scott Froesman/Addison Wesley copyright 2002, compare with the common core standard?
I don’t know, but I’d be interested to hear your opinion!
I don’t know, but I’d be interested in what you find out!