Math Education 

Having strong STEM subject-area foundations will equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills to be college and career ready. The Oklahoma State Department of Education collaborates with Oklahoma educators to develop and identify high-quality resources for teachers and districts. Oklahoma resources include the OK Math Curriculum Framework, guidance documents and research, virtual professional development modules, and access to instructional communities for professional growth.

Special Announcements

2022 Oklahoma Academic Standards for Mathematics

Hundreds of educators and stakeholders participated in the review of the Oklahoma Academic Standards for Mathematics (OAS-M) in 2021. The writing and draft review teams spent a large part of their summer reviewing each standard and objective and, as needed, revising. Their hard work was then submitted to the Oklahoma State Board of Education to review and vote to approve.

Implementation of the 2022 OAS-M will begin with the 2023-2024 school year. The 2024 Oklahoma School Testing Program (OSTP) will assess students' understandings of the 2022 standards.

Download the 2022 Oklahoma Academic Standards for Mathematics.

NEW Imagine Math now available for the 2023-2024 school year

Imagine Math, a comprehensive, supplemental, skills-based online math program,  will be free access to all fifth-grade, sixth-grade, seventh-grade, and eighth-grade Oklahoma students during the 2023-24 school year. Additionally, individual PK-4th grade student licenses are available at a discount.

The platform works with the classroom teacher to tailor online instruction to the needs of individual students. Students can also access live 1:1 support from certified math teachers in English and Spanish after school hours. Imagine Math is fully aligned to the Oklahoma Academic Standards for Mathematics, including authentic assessments, adaptive learning pathways, embedded scaffolds and actionable data.

For questions, contact Anthony Purcell, Mathematics Project Manager,

Resources for Administrators

Below are links to guidance documents and additional resources to support high-quality mathematics programs in schools and districts.

Resources for Educators

Below are links to the Oklahoma Academic Standards for Mathematics, strategy briefs, and toolkits to support educators as they provide high-quality mathematics education and STEM appreciation/integration experiences for students.

OSDE Mathematics Contacts

Anthony Purcell, Project Manager, Mathematics

Johnny Bray, Administrative Assistant

Shanda Finnell, Administrative Assistant

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Last updated on September 29, 2023