Arkansas Department of Education Division of Elementary and Secondary Education Arkansas 9-16 Math Pathways Virtual Summit 2022

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COM-22-155
Memo Date
5/26/2022
Memo Type
Informational
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Central Administration
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Federal Programs; Superintendents; Assistant Superintendent; Principals; Test Coordinators; Teachers; Gifted & Talented Coordinators; Curriculum Coordinators; School Counselors; Equity Coordinators (Disability/Race/Gender/National Origin); Data Stewards (SIS; eSchool; eFinance; TRIAND); District Coordinators (ALE; Homeless; ESOL; SDFS & Foster); Parent Involvement Coordinators/Facilitators; CTE Coordinator (COOPs and regular school districts)

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Arkansas 9-16 Math Pathways Virtual Summit 2022

 

Monday, June 13, 2022

10:00am - 2:00pm


Arkansas is part of the Dana Center Mathematics Pathways to ensure all students benefit from relevant, rigorous mathematics pathways. Beginning with higher education in 2015 (https://sites.google.com/site/armathpathways/home), the focus extended to include high school to college pathways in 2018. Regional 9-16 Math Task Forces have collaborated over the past year to improve mathematics alignment between, and the transition from, secondary to postsecondary education for students. 


Description: This one-day, virtual summit will provide an opportunity for 9-16 leaders to learn about the progress of the Regional 9-16 Math Task Forces. Summit participants will develop and share action plans based on regional task force recommendations to ensure all students are well-served by mathematics pathways and aligned supports. Participants will strengthen their understanding of steps being taken to implement mathematics pathways in their region. In addition, the summit is designed to promote discussion and learning within and across schools and higher education institutions on mathematics pathways topics relevant to each region’s recommendations.

Who should attend:  All colleges and universities participating in the SStF Arkansas Initiative; K-12 representatives from education service cooperatives and school districts, including open enrollment charters; and ADHE, DESE, and APSRC staff supporting 9-16 mathematics alignment work at the state level. Stakeholders who have not attended regional 9-16 Math Task Force meetings are strongly encouraged to attend the summit and join this important work. Please share this invitation with any colleagues you think would benefit from attending.

Please see the attached flyer for more information. 

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