Previous Framework Session Archives

CMC hosted a series of events during round 1 of public review to help educators and the public learn about, explore, and discuss the draft Mathematics Framework

Wednesday, February 10, 2021

4:30-6:00 pm (PST)

Recording of Session

Presentation Slides

Teaching Mathematics for Equity and Engagement

Jo Boaler, Jennifer Langer-Osuna,

Members of the Framework writing team

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

5:15-6:30 pm (PST)

Recording of Session

Presentation Slides

Teaching to Big Ideas

Brian Lindaman & Katy Early, Chair and member of the Framework writing team, respectively

Wednesday, March 3, 2021

5:15-6:30 pm (PST)

Recording of Group Discussion

Presentation Slides

Chapter Chats: Exploring the Grade Band Chapters

  • Chapter 6, Mathematics: Investigating and Connecting, TK–5
  • Chapter 7, Mathematics: Investigating and Connecting, 6–8
  • Chapter 8, Mathematics: Investigating and Connecting, 9–12

April 24, 2021

Recording of Session

CMC North Leadership Session with Jo Boaler and Brian Lindaman

Big Ideas and Important Shifts



  • June 1st, 5:30-6:45 - Data Science TK-12 & the New High School Pathways with Jo Boaler and Ben Ford
    This session was not recorded. The Q&A will be posted.
    Slides from the presentation
    Q&A from session

  • June 16th, 5:30-6:45 - Building Number Flexibility and Fluency with Brian Lindaman & Katy Early
    Recording of session

  • Postponed until revised draft release of chapters - Chapter Chat facilitated by CMC Board Members

    • Chapter 4: Exploring, Discovering, and Reasoning With and About Mathematics (SMPs 3/7/8)

    • Chapter 9: Supporting Equitable and Engaging Mathematics Instruction

    • Chapter 11: Mathematics Assessment in the 21st Century

Engage in the Framework Process

Share your thoughts about the draft Mathematics Framework by providing public comment during the second 60-day review period which has been delayed until December, 2021. When the review period opens you can go to to review the draft Framework chapters and complete the public comment survey.

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