Welcome to the launch pad for Mathematics information and support for Oklahoma educators and students! 

This page is devoted to supporting Oklahoma teachers and school districts with the successful implementation of the Oklahoma Academic Standards for Mathematics.

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, virtual professional development modules, and access to instructional communities for professional growth.

If you are a Math Educator in Oklahoma, explore all of the resources available to you using this OKMath Toolkit.

NEW Special Announcement: Applications for the Oklahoma Academic Standards for Mathematics Draft Review and Revision Team Now Available

The Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) is seeking input from knowledgeable and experienced PK-12 Mathematics educators, Higher Education faculty, and community stakeholders to participate in the revision of the Oklahoma Academic Standards for Mathematics, as required by 70 O.S. § 11-103.6a: 

“The subject matter standards shall be thoroughly reviewed by the State Board every six (6) years according to and in coordination with the existing subject area textbook adoption cycle. After review, the State Board shall adopt any revisions in such subject matter standards deemed necessary to achieve further improvements in the quality of education for the students of this state." 

The Oklahoma Academic Standards for Mathematics were last revised in 2016.

There are two opportunities to serve during the process; The Writing Team will be involved in the initial review and any revision of the standards, and the Draft Review Team will be charged with reviewing the work of the Writing Team and providing critical feedback. Team members will be selected to serve on the committees ensuring representation from a variety of characteristics, including geography, grade level, ethnic and cultural backgrounds, and experience.

All Oklahomans interested in participating on the Writing or Draft Review Teams must complete the official application and submit it with a resume no later than Monday, April 19th, 2021 to be considered. Selections will be announced Friday, May 14th, 2021. Applicants are asked to tentatively protect indicated dates in case they are selected to serve on either team.

Please contact Christine Koerner, Executive Director of Academic Standards Implementation or Susan Kirk, Director of Elementary Mathematics, if you have any questions or require additional information. 

Special Announcement: Imagine Math

Imagine Math, a comprehensive, supplemental, skills-based online math program, is extending free access to all fifth-grade and eighth-grade students through July 31st, 2021. All sixth and seventh grade students currently enrolled in Imagine Math may also access the program free of charge through July 31st, 2021.

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.

We hope you were able to join the March 25th, 2021 Imagine Math Program Overview Webinar.

Contact if you have further questions.

OSDE COVID-19 and Distance Learning Guidance:

Upcoming Webinars and Workshops for Professional Learning:

Please be patient as the calendar loads below. This calendar lists the latest state- and national-level professional learning webinars for math education and distance learning. Click on the title you are interested in to see registration information.

Additional, Ongoing Professional Learning Opportunities:

Please be patient as the database loads below. This database includes past presentation slides, previously recorded webinars, and current online learning modules.

OSDE Mathematics Contacts:

Christine Koerner
Executive Director of Academic Standards Implementation
Susan Kirk
Director of Elementary Mathematics
Kurt Johnson
Director of Mathematics Assessment and Monitoring
Office of Assessment
Office of Assessment Page
Gena Barnhill
Oklahoma Excel Math Specialist
Megan Ashbaugh
Coordinator for STEM
Angela Kwok
Special Education Director of Instruction 
Office of Special Education


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Last updated on March 30, 2021