K-8 Gap Analysis The K-8 Gap Analysis allows teachers and district coordinators to analyze the extent their district curriculum and resources address the concepts and skills found in the Ohio’s Learning Standards for Mathematics (revised 2017). They can use the K-8 Gap Analysis to develop a plan for addressing gaps or overlaps in instruction as a result of the standards revision. These important considerations are the basis for rebuilding district-level curriculum that aligns to the revised 2017 mathematics standards in preparation for a completed transition in the 2018-2019 school year.
High School Standards by Course ChecklistThe High School Standards by Course Checklist identifies standards recommended for instruction in Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Math 1, Math 2 and Math 3. The document contains additional columns that identify modeling standards using a (★) and plus standards using a (+). Educators can use plus standards to differentiate instruction at the local level. However, they will not appear on state tests. Further clarification on standards that appear in multiple courses along a pathway are in the Ohio’s Learning Standards for Mathematics (rev. 2017).
Ohio's Learning Standards for Mathematics (revised 2017)An Excel version of Ohio's Learning Standards for Mathematics (revised 2017) is available now. Districts may find the Excel version easier to use as they create their own local materials for professional development and instruction.
Suggested Timeline for Transitioning to the Revised 2017 Ohio Learning Standards for MathematicsIn a February message, mathematics subscribers received notice of the release of a Suggested Timeline to help educators transition to the revised standards. The Department has updated the Transition Timeline to reflect the release of the Gap Analysis Introduction, the K-8 Gap Analysis and the High School Standards by Course Checklist. Subscribers also can go directly to each of these new resources on the Department’s website.