Secondary Math


Contact Us

Levi Patrick
Director of Secondary Mathematics

2500 North Lincoln Boulevard,
Suite 316
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
  (405) 522-3525

Welcome to the Secondary Math! This is the starting place for information related to the Secondary Mathematics Education of Oklahoma students. With so many changes in education happening, it is vital to our success as educators to be professionally engaged. To this end, the Oklahoma State Department of Education is dedicated to ensuring OKMath teachers are Connected, Empowered, and Focused.

We encourage you to visit often and become familiar with the contents of this page. We also ask that you find us and so many other OKMath teachers who are engaged in the OKMath Professional Learning Network. For more information about the OKMath PLN, please see the links in the right sidebar.


OKMath Memos
Read about the new Course Code Changes that will go into effect for the 2017-2018 school year. Draft 1 will be finalized by March 1, 2017, based on feedback from stakeholders. Email to provide feedback.
Working with a team of Oklahoma educators, the Oklahoma State Department of Education has developed new Statistics and Probability competencies that have been approved by Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education as eligible for college entrance and Oklahoma's Promise. Geometry and Algebra 2 are pre-requisites for the course and the teacher must be Advanced Certified to offer the course. Download the competencies for Statistics and Probability (4740).
SREB's Colleg Career Math Ready course (4550) helps ensure high school seniors get the support they need to be ready for entry-level, credit-bearing coursework. It's FREE too! Join our community as we discuss what implementation looks like for the 2016-2017 school year! Learn more about the College Career Math Ready course at the College Career Math Ready FAQ now!
Calculator Policy (for 2016-2017)
Download currently approved competencies for Math of Finance and Intermediate Algebra. View the Math of Finance and Intermediate Algebra FAQs.


Last updated on February 7, 2017