SFUSD Mathematics Department
We are continuously working towards our vision that all students will make sense of rigorous mathematics in ways that are creative, interactive, and relevant in heterogeneous classrooms. Find out about how we are doing this by exploring our site!
Find out about options available for High School students here: High School Pathways.
De-tracking has a positive impact on all students. Find out more with these Quick Facts about Math and Tracking. This document is also available in Chinese and Spanish.
The SFUSD Math Core Curriculum is only available to employees of SFUSD. Math Portals provide access to our curriculum. Google Classroom is the platform for teachers to receive announcements and notifications about their grade level or course. More information about our Core Curriculum can be found here.
Historic shifts in Math show promise - Students significantly more likely to pass Algebra the first time
PRESS RELEASE: New SFUSD data show that students who took Common Core Algebra 1 in ninth grade were 83 percent less likely to have to repeat the course than students who took Algebra 1 in eighth grade. The comparison between current juniors and seniors marks SFUSD’s transition to its current approach to secondary math instruction. Download this slideshow to see highlights of data that show early indicators of success in math.
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Summer Geometry Course
This summer, SFUSD is offering a six-week intensive Geometry course for incoming sophomores who are completing CCSS Algebra 1 in their freshman year and would like to take CCSS Algebra 2 (or Algebra 2 + Precalculus) during their regular academic year as 10th graders. This course satisfies SFUSD’s requirement for a full year (10 units) of CCSS Geometry. The course will run from June 11 through July 20, and will meet from 8 am until 2 pm. Students must have an A or B in Algebra to be eligible for this course, and they will be able to register through this website in April.
Math Validation Test
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