As many as 80 math teachers around the Puget Sound region will be attending a conference designed to help them “navigate the Revised Mathematics Standards K-8.”
SHSD hosts the four-day conference that runs from Aug. 18-21 at Chloe Clark Primary School.
Forty-seven of the conference attendees are from Steilacoom Historical School District No. 1, according to SHSD Assistant Superintendent Penny Jackson.
The summer workshops about revised K-8 standards are being sponsored by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, Educational Service Districts and school districts statewide.
Starting in the spring of 2010, math tests at all grade levels ‚Äì end, of course, or the Washington Assessment of Student Learning (WASL) will assess whether students have learned the mathematics content contained in the revised standards.