The high school mathematics page is organized using categories: 1. Curriculum, 2. Instruction, 3. Assessment, 4. Highlighted Supports and 5. State/National agencies and organizations. Each link connects to additional information and resources including professional development opportunities, KDE-produced resources and professional organizations. Additions to this page will be made as they become available.
High School Graduation Requirements
Suggestions for Algebra II
Kentucky Virtual High School
Kentucky Virtual High School is a statewide educational service delivering high school courses and online learning opportunities.
Standards-Based Units of Study
Standards-based Units of Study provide comprehensive learning opportunities for students.
This page contains teaching resources and links to enhance the teaching of mathematics.
ThinkFinity provides lesson plans that are aligned with the Kentucky Program of Studies and Core Content for Assessment.
This page contains a variety of resources including links to information and templates for developing a standards-based unit of study.
This page contains a list of resources and professional development opportunities.
Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST)
The Presidential Awards for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching is the highest recognition that a kindergarten through 12th-grade mathematics or science teacher may receive for outstanding teaching in the United States.
4. Highlighted Support
Kentucky Center for Mathematics (KCM) was established to make available professional development for teachers in reliable, research-based diagnostic assessment and intervention strategies, coaching and mentoring models, and other programs in mathematics.
Advance Kentucky AdvanceKentucky is a new Kentucky initiative in partnership with the National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI), Kentucky Department of Education and Kentucky Science and Technology Corporation.
National Math and Science Initiative (NMSI) NMSI aims to scale-up two proven programs: training and incentive programs for AP® and pre-AP® courses and UTeach. The training and incentive programs include extensive training of teachers, identification and cultivation of lead teachers, additional time on task for students, and financial incentives based on academic results. UTeach is a program that encourages math and science majors to enter the teaching profession by offering an integrated degree plan, financial assistance, and early teaching experiences for undergraduates.
5. Quick links to State and National Agencies and Organizations
Mathematics Professional Organizations