Our goal is to ensure all children, no matter where they live, have a fair chance to reach their mathematical potential and become successful. Preparing our students now for the skills we need our leaders to have is a matter of preparation and planning for the future. A bright future depends on the priorities we set today. Our professional learning opportunities and technical assistance employ research-based best practices to support the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS), English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS), State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR), College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) and national standards. Education Service Center-Region 19 Mathematics department has a stake in building an education system that fosters these skills.
- TEA Academies
- Texas Regional Collaboratives Excellence in Mathematics Teaching Grant (EMT)
- Coaching and Mentoring
Improving Mathematical Problem
Solving in Grades 4 Through 8
Educator's Practice Guide
Developing Effective Fractions Instruction for
Kindergarten Through 8th Grade
IES Fractions Practice Guide
Mathematical Problem Solving Practice Guide Review Protocol, Version 2.1
IES Practice Guide Mathematical Problem Solving
Response to Intervention in Early Reading and Mathematics: Moving Evidence on What Works into Practice
Assisting Students Struggling with
Mathematics: Response to Intervention(RtI)for Elementary and Middle Schools
The K-8 focal points describe the most significant mathematical concepts and skills at each grade level. They are a focused, coherent progression of mathematics learning, with an emphasis on proficiency with key topics in elementary and middle school mathematics curricula.
Texas Response to Curriculum Focal Points
Resources and Helpful Links
Assessment and Intervention materials for grades K-3.
username: Texas Teacher
3-Tier Mathematics Model
Look here to see 2018 Alg 1 EOC Test!
We have a copy of the 2018 Alg1 EOC test answer key with links to the test questions.
On the answer key you can click on the question number or the Student Expectation to view the test questions.
New Year New Sessions! Take a look at what we have for you to attend.
Texas Performance Standards Project Web Site
The Texas Performance Standards Project (TPSP) is a resource for providing differentiated instruction opportunities for all students. The TPSP provides a coherent package of standards, curriculum, and assessments from kindergarten through high school.