2014-15: District-Wide Implementation of the CCSS-M
San Francisco Unified School District is committed to a district-wide implementation of the CCSS-M that effectively impacts math learning for all PK–12 students and is both deep and sustainable. This commitment is in keeping with the first strategy for success in SFUSD’s Strategic Plan, “Implement the SFUSD Core Curriculum and use student data to make informed decisions and monitor our progress toward goals.”
The professional development and other support that Teacher Leaders and sites receive from the C&I Mathematics Department are based on three goals. Find out more.
Goal 1: Plan using the new SFUSD Math Core Curriculum.
Goal 2: Promote student discourse and reasoning.
Goal 3: Collaborate regularly with peers to build a professional learning community.
Download the SFUSD Mathematics Core Curriculum Implementation Plan
A focused, coherent, and rigorous mathematics program for every student.
The 3 Key Levers for Change embedded in SFUSD’s CCSS-M implementation
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Find out more and get involved: Every school will have a team of Teacher Leaders who will participate in ongoing professional development and support their schools in implementing the CCSSM.
Math Core Curriculum Units
The SFUSD Math Core Curriculum Units are being used district-wide beginning in 2014-15. These units, developed by over 100 district teachers are aligned to the new Common Core State Standards.
Professional development provided by the Curriculum and Instruction (C&I) Mathematics Department will help teacher leaders facilitate implementation of the units at their sites.
Support for Implementation
Read about our support structures for every teacher in the district: