Revising the CA Mathematics Framework 2022

The Mathematics Framework for California Public Schools: Kindergarten Through Grade Twelve (Mathematics Framework) is currently under revision  The second and final 60-day public review period is from March 14 - May 16, 2022.

The California Mathematics Council (CMC) will use this site to share with you opportunities to engage in conversations and learn more about the second draft of the Mathematics Framework. You will also learn how to submit your own public comments to the Instructional Quality Commission (IQC) and the CA State Board of Education (SBE).

During the first public review period, CMC hosted a series of events to help educators and the public learn about, explore, and discuss the proposed Mathematics Framework. Some of the sessions were recorded and the videos are available here.


Page Contents

• Framework Forums (Registration and Flyer)

• Framework Session Opportunities: Stanislaus COE Framework Rollout Event (5/14/22)

Draft Chapters

• Ways to Submit Comments

• Stay Informed, Join the Listserv


2022 CA Mathematics Framework Forums

These five forums are developed and facilitated by a collaboration of California mathematics educators from the California Mathematics Council (CMC), the California Mathematics Project (CMP), the California Partnership for Mathematics and Science Education (CAPMSE), and the Mathematics Subcommittee of the Curriculum and Instruction Steering Committee (CISC) of the California County Superintendents Educational Services Association (CCSESA),

Framework Feedback Forum Flyer 2022REGISTER: Use this link for more information and to register. Attend as many sessions as you wish.

FLYER: Use this link to download the flyer (see right), Contains all needed links.

CHAPTERS: Use this link to access the chapters of the revised draft Framework.





Session Topics and Dates

All sessions are from 3:45 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Session 1: Mathematics for All (Ch 1) and Teaching for Equity (Ch 2), April 6 or April 7, 2022

Session 2: Data Science TK-12 (Ch 5), April 13 or April 14, 2022

Session 3: Mathematics: Investigating and Connecting: TK-12 (Ch 6,7,8), April 20 or April 21, 2022

Session 4: Structuring School Experiences for Equity (Ch 9), April 27 or April 28, 2022

Session 5: Supporting Equitable Math Instruction (Ch 10), May 4 or May 5, 2022

Two dates are listed for each session. The second consecutive date is a repeat of the first. All sessions 3:45 - 5:00 p.m.

The second draft of the revised CA Math Framework was released for the final 60-day public review from March 14 - May 16, 2022.

Download Framework Feedback Forum Flyer (see flyer above right)


Framework Session Opportunities


California Mathematics Framework Rollout Event

Saturday, May 14, 2022

The Stanislaus County Office of Education is offering an in-person meeting opportunity on Saturday, May 14, 2022, to learn about the new Draft Mathematics Framework from two of the authors, Jo Boaler and Brian Lindaman. Participants will meet from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Light breakfast, snacks and lunch are provided. The cost is $200 per person. To register, or for more detailed information, download the flyer.


Mathematics Framework 2022

Draft Chapters Second Public Review


Chapter 1. Mathematics for All: Purpose, Understanding and Connection
Chapter 2. Teaching for Equity and Engagement
Chapter 3. Number Sense
Chapter 4. Exploring, Discovering, and Reasoning With and About Mathematics (SMPs 3/7/8)
Chapter 5. Data Science
Chapter 6. Mathematics: Investigating and Connecting, TK–5
Chapter 7. Mathematics: Investigating and Connecting, 6–8
Chapter 8. Mathematics: Investigating and Connecting, 9–12
Chapter 9: Structuring School Experiences for Equity and Engagement
Chapter 10. Supporting Educators in Offering Equitable and Engaging Mathematics Instruction
Chapter 11. Technology and Distance Learning in the Teaching of Mathematics
Chapter 12. Mathematics Assessment in the Twenty-first Century
Chapter 13. Instructional Materials to Support Equitable and Engaging Learning the CA CCSSM
Chapter 14. Glossary: Acronyms, Terms and Tables
Appendix A: High School Pathways
Appendix B: Works Cited



Ways to Submit Comment

  • Via email to [email protected]. Beyond the survey, this is the preferred method of receiving comment.
  • Via telephone at 916-319-0598. You may leave a comment at that number. Staff will record the content of the comment, but the actual voicemail will not be forwarded to members of the IQC.
  • Via physical mail to
    Instructional Quality Commission
    1430 N Street, Room 3207
    Sacramento, CA 95814
    Fax: 916-319-0172

Include the full content of your comment either in your email or as an attachment. Hyperlinks to personal mailboxes or online storage sites will be redacted for security reasons.

Other opportunities to make comments occur during the meetings of the State Board of Education and the Instructional Quality Commission. State Board of Education action on the proposed document will occur in the summer of 2022.

The complete Mathematics Framework revision process and timeline may be found here.


Stay Informed During and Beyond the Revision Process

To receive notifications of updates regarding the Mathematics Framework revision process, send a blank email message to the Mathematics Framework Revision Listserv.

State Board of Education (SBE)

The 11-member State Board of Education is California’s K-12 policy-making body for academic standards, curriculum, instructional materials, assessments, and accountability. Members are appointed by the Governor. Join the SBE electronic mailing list to receive information and updates from the Board of Education.

Instructional Quality Commission (IQC)

The IQC is an 18-member advisory body to the California State Board of Education, 

Thirteen of 18 members are classroom and/or mentor teachers. Join the Instructional Quality Commission listserv to receive information and updates regarding the Instructional Quality Commission.