# Mathematics Guidance & Resources

Implementation of Standards

## The Overall timeline for the implementation of the Next Generation Mathematics Standards is as follows:

September 2017: Adoption of NYS Next Generation Learning Standards
Winter 2018 – Winter/Spring 2019: Raise Awareness
Spring 2019 – Summer 2022: Build Capacity
September 2022 – ongoing: Full Implementation
Spring 2023 – ongoing: New assessments aligned to the NYS Next Generation Learning Standards

Spring 2023 – Grade 3-8 Mathematics and English Language Arts Assessments
June 2024: New Algebra I Regents Exam
June 2025: New Geometry Regents Exam
June 2026: New Algebra II Regents Exam

Instruction and Assessment Implementation Timelines

New York State Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards Instruction and Assessment Implementation Timeline

The Roadmap goals and activities listed below are suggested and not required by the New York State Education Department.

Instructional Resources

## Professional Development Documents

• A Professional Development Toolkit and PowerPoint presentation are available for districts to utilize in conjunction with the Guide for Aligning Local Curricula to support locally held professional development sessions on aligning local mathematics curriculum to the Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards.

## ​Post-Test Standards Designations

These post-test standards designations are to be used to maintain connections between standards within the grade level, foster connections across grades, provide balance, and respect the time needed to teach and learn the New York State Next Generation Mathematics Learning Standards. Because the post-test standards of one grade are tested on the following grade level’s State test, this principle also helps assure students are prepared to answer questions addressing the post-test standards.

Current NYS Common Core Learning Post Test Standards

Next Generation Post Test Standards

Direct links in pre-test
of the next grade:

NY-3.MD.3

None

3.MD.4

measure to ¼ inch & display in line plot

NY-3.MD.4

NY-4.MD.4

display measurement data to 1/8 unit in line plot

3.MD.8

Perimeter

NY-3.MD.8

NY-4.MD.3

apply the area and perimeter formulas

3.G.1

classify polygons by number of sides

NY-3.G.1

NY-4.G.2

name triangles and quadrilaterals based on some properties

Current NYS Common Core Learning Post Test Standards

Next Generation Post Test Standards

Direct links in pre-test
of the next grade:

4.NF.5 – 7

decimals

NY-4.NF.5 – 7

NY-5.NBT.1 – 4

place value of whole numbers & decimals

NY-5.NBT.7

decimal operations

4.MD.1 & 2

conversion of measurements

NY-4.MD.1 & 2

NY-5.MD.1

conversion of measurements

Current NYS Common Core Learning Post Test Standards

Next Generation Post Test Standards

Direct links in pre-test
of the next grade:

NY-5.OA.1

NY-6.EE.1 – 4

read, write & evaluate algebraic expressions

NY-6.EE.9

dependent/independent variables

NY-5.OA.2

5.OA.3

analyze patterns and relationships

NY-5.OA.3

5.G.1 & 2

coordinate graphing in quadrant 1

NY-5.G.1 & 2

NY-6.G.3

coordinate graphing in all 4 quadrants

NY-6.NS.6 & 8

coordinate graphing in all 4 quadrants

Current NYS Common Core Learning Post Test Standards

Next Generation Post Test Standards

Direct links in pre-test
of the next grade:

6.SP.1 – 3

statistical variability

NY-6.SP.1 – 3

NY-7.SP.1

box plots, IQR, and outliers

NY-7.SP.3 & 4

comparative inferences

6.SP.4 – 5

summarize & describe distributions

NY-6.SP.4 – 5

NY-6.SP.6 – 8

NY-7.SP.8

probability of compound events

Current NYS Common Core Learning Post Test Standards

Next Generation Post Test Standards

Direct links in pre-test
of the next grade:

7.G.2

draw triangles, given conditions - constructions

NY-7.G.2

NY-8.G.1 – 4

understand congruence and similarity

NY-8.G.6 – 8

understand the Pythagorean Theorem

NY-8.EE.6

similar triangles and slope-intercept form

7.G.3

describe 2D slices of 3D solids

NY-7.G.3

NY-7.G.4

NY-8.G.9

volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres

7.G.5

use angle properties to solve for unknown angles

NY-7.G.5

NY-8.G.5

angle properties

NY-8.EE.7

solve linear equations in one variable

7.G.6

area, surface area, and volume

NY-7.G.6

NY-8.G.6

understand the Pythagorean Theorem

NY-8.G.9

volume of cylinders, cones, and spheres

Current NYS Common Core Learning Post Test Standards

Next Generation Post Test Standards

Direct links in pre-test
of the next grade:

8.NS.1 & 2

Irrational numbers

8.EE.2

square and cube roots

8.G.6 – 8

Pythagorean Theorem

NY-8.EE.3 & 4

AI-N.Q.3

choose level of accuracy appropriate to the context

NY-8.EE.8

AI-A.REI.6a

systems of linear equations in two variables

AI-A.REI.7a

systems of one linear and one quadratic equation in two variables

Initiatives

As a result of a \$7.5 Million over 5 years appropriation in the April 2019 enacted budget to support math fluency and the love of math within elementary students (K-5) across New York, NYSED launched the Expanded Math Access Program (K-5) initiative. The EMAP initiative exists to provide students with FREE access to the First in Math program that offers online standards-based, math games and activities at no cost to NYS districts or students. When working on the First in Math program, the additional practice will provide support to assist students in meeting grade-level fluency expectations and the program is accessible at school and at home. This will allow families to support their student’s math education.

Parent Resources

A Parent’s Guide to New York State P-12 Math Learning Standards addresses parent questions and connects parents with additional math education resources to support learning at home. A parent’s booklet was created that will help you better understand how the Next Generation affects English Language Learners.

The Parent’s Guide has been translated into ten languages, which you can access by clicking on the link below:

Parent Brochure Next Generation Arabic

Parent Brochure Next Generation Bengali

Parent Brochure Next Generation Chinese

Parent Brochure Next Generation English

Parent Brochure Next Generation French

Parent Brochure Next Generation Russian

Parent Brochure Next Generation Spanish

Parent Brochure Next Generation Urdu

Suggestions for Use

As a free and shareable resource, districts are encouraged to share the flyer in multiple settings or on a variety of platforms. Copies may be distributed through email, linked on a webpage, or printed and shared as part of a welcome packet or at a school function or event. As the resource facilitates dialogue between parents and educators, the flyer is recommended for any situation in which parents and educators interact, such as parent teacher conferences or open houses.