Curriculum Support: High School

Social Network Specifically for Algebra Teachers

Join the Algebra for All (A4A) Social Network and:

  • Connect with mathematics teachers around the world focused on the teaching of Algebra;
  • Use the Lesson Sharing Area to gather resources for your classroom;
  • Use the 30 instructional applets directly with your students;
  • Share lessons, ideas, and successes with other teachers;
  • Access many Calculator Tutorials for you or your students;
  • Communicate with Network Moderators who are classroom Algebra teachers actively supporting the site and its members.

The Algebra 4 All (A4A) Social Network is an online community of educators committed to sharing resources and supporting one another in the practice of teaching Algebra. The Network was created by Michigan Virtual University (MVU) to support teachers involved in the state-wide Algebra for All professional development project. The A4A Social Network in now public, has a world-wide membership, and remains a relevant and viable resource for any mathematics educator. Visit the A4A Social Network and become a contributing member!!


The National Governors Association Center for Best Practices (NGA Center) and the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) released a set of state-led education standards, the Common Core State Standards. The English-language arts and mathematics standards for grades K-12 were developed in collaboration with a variety of stakeholders including content experts, states, teachers, school administrators and parents. The standards establish clear and consistent goals for learning that will prepare America's children for success in college and work.

The release of the standards marks the conclusion of the development of the Common Core State Standards and signals the start of the adoption and implementation process by the states. The year-long process was led by governors and chief state school officers in 48 states, 2 territories and the District of Columbia. The final standards were informed by nearly 10,000 public comments and by standards in other top performing countries so that all students are prepared to succeed in our global economy.

These standards define the knowledge and skills students should have within their K-12 education careers so that they will graduate high school fully prepared for college and careers. The standards are:

  • Aligned with college and work expectations;
  • Clear, understandable and consistent;
  • Include rigorous content and application of knowledge through high-order skills; Build upon strengths and lessons of current state standards;
  • Informed by other top performing countries, so that all students are prepared to succeed in our global economy and society; and
  • Evidence and research-based.

In the coming months, each state will follow its own procedures and processes for adoption of the Common Core State Standards. The NGA Center and CCSSO recognize that meaningful and effective implementation of the Common Core State Standards is critical to achieving these goals. To that end, the two organizations are continuing to work closely with a range of partners on how to best support states and districts as they move from adoption to implementation.


PDF DocumentAlgebra Unpacked

PDF DocumentFunctions Unpacked

PDF DocumentGeometry Unpacked

PDF DocumentStatistics and Probablility Unpacked

PDF DocumentHigh School (Unpacked - Arizona)

PDF DocumentUse of the Number Line in the Common Core

Word DocumentHigh School Crosswalk Document

PDF DocumentFinal Copy of High School Crosswalks

Word DocumentHigh School Common Core Labels

PDF DocumentCommon Core Workshop

Powerpoint DocumentCommon Core PowerPoint

Michigan Merit Curriculum Resources

PDF DocumentA Teacher's Guide to Reasoning and Sense Making

PDF DocumentWriting Across the Curriculum

Word DocumentHigh School Algebra I Curriculum Cards


Word DocumentAccelerated 7th Grade Math

Word DocumentTraditional 8th Grade Algebra I

Word DocumentIntegrated 8th Grade Math

Word DocumentIntegrated High School Math I

Word DocumentIntegrated High School Math II

Word DocumentIntegrated High School Math III

Word DocumentTradtional High School Algebra I

Word DocumentTraditional High School Geometry

Word DocumentTraditional High School Algebra II

Word DocumentHigh School Math 4th Course Standards

Draft Common Core Documents

PDF DocumentAlgebra I

PDF DocumentAlgebra II

PDF DocumentGeometry

High School Course Requirements

PDF DocumentAlgebra 1

PDF DocumentAlgebra 2

PDF DocumentGeometry

PDF DocumentHigh School Mathematics Course Content Expectations

ACT Information

PDF DocumentMathematics Pre-MME Expectations

ACT and the Common Core

PDF DocumentA First Look at the Common Core and College and Career Readiness

PDF DocumentThe Alignment of Common Core and ACT's College and Career Readiness System

PDF DocumentOverview of a Next-Generation Assessment System



PDF DocumentLearning Powered by Technology

Texas Instruments Downloads, Activities, Tutorials, etc.

PDF DocumentHigh School Technology GLCES