On October 21, 2021, the State Board of Education adopted the Oregon Mathematics Standards, which represent K-12 learning expectations in mathematics for all students and are a foundational expectation of the Oregon Diploma.
Key revisions from the previously adopted mathematics standards include:
- Addition of a K-12 Data Reasoning Domain
- Merging of measurement content with Geometry content
- Revision of K-12 domains to reflect the learning pathways of Algebraic Reasoning, Numeric Reasoning, Geometric Reasoning & Measurement, and Data Reasoning
- Identification of a core two credit requirement in high school that aligns to the Oregon 2+1 course design
Additional resources such as standards level guidance documents, learning progressions, and crosswalks can be found on the Math Standards page. A frequently asked questions (FAQ) document has also been set up to capture common questions
Transition from the 2010 standards to the 2021 standards will occur in the 2021-22 and 2022-23 school years, with updated materials used by students in the fall of the 2023-24 school year. Links to the 2010 (OR CCSS) standards will remain on this webpage for reference until September 2023.
2021 Mathematics Standards and Guidance
FULL K-12 FILES – Standards Only Version
FULL K-12 FILES – Standards with Clarifying Guidance Version (v. 5.2)
K-12 MATH GRADE LEVEL FILES - Version (v. 5.2)
Grade 1 Mathematics
Grade 2 Mathematics
Grade 3 Mathematics
Grade 4 Mathematics
Grade 5 Mathematics
Grade 6 Mathematics
Grade 7 Mathematics
Grade 8 Mathematics
High School Mathematics
Please contact Mark Freed if you have questions on the standards.
For questions regarding the ODE Mathematics program, email Mark Freed or call 503-947-5610.