Mathematics Past Programs and Initiatives

This page highlights past mathematics programs and initiatives from the Oklahoma State Department of Education. 

Math and Science Partnership:

The Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) was responsible for administering the Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) program funded under Title II, Part B of the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001. OSDE provided competitive grants to improve the content knowledge of mathematics and science teachers to increase the achievement of their students.

For these grants, partnerships between college and university faculty, high-need school districts, and other qualifying partners were invited to propose projects that would design, implement, and evaluate learning experiences for mathematics and science teachers that deepen content knowledge.

Think Through Math:

OSDE partnered with Think Through Math (TTM) to provide opportunities for students to become Algebra ready by 8th grade.

  • TTM highlights, 2012-13:
    • 70,093 | Total students enrolled in TTM
    • 16,903,803 | Total Problems completed
    • 3,736,436 | Night and Weekend Problems
    • 107,724 Extra Math Classes have occurred after 5PM and on weekends during SY 2012-1
    • 82,475 Live Help Sessions which is approximately 10,000 hours of 1 to 1 time with student
    • Program was active in 44% of Oklahoma school districts in SY 2012-13
    • Oklahoma students completed 2,688,000 math problems to donate $6720 and a matching fund of $5000 was set up by TTM to donate $11,720 to Oklahoma tornado victims
  • Think Through Math Past Activity Briefs


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Last updated on October 2, 2019