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K-12 Math Strategy Engagement

The CBE is developing a K-12 mathematics strategy and we want to hear from you on what we should consider when writing the strategy.

Our goal for the strategy is to create a common understanding of math teaching and learning across the CBE and to share best practices and resources among teachers to help our students to be more successful. We also want to deepen parent and community understanding of the research and best practices around teaching and learning in math.

The math curriculum is set by Alberta Education, and we have always worked closely with them to ensure that our work is aligned with their direction in education.

In fall 2016, we heard from students, educators, school administrators, post-secondary professors and mathematicians. We also met with several parent groups to get their perspectives on how to engage you in talking about a K-12 math strategy. 

Parents/guardians are vital partners in their children’s learning, and we want to better understand what you need from us at the school and system levels, as well as to learn how we can work better together to support student learning in math.

In-person engagement sessions

We held five in-person engagement session from Feb. 27 to Mar. 16 at various schools throughout Calgary. We heard from approximately 200 people at these sessions.

Thank you to everyone who participated. 
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