The reviews below represent an analysis of curricular materials aligned to the Common Core State Standards. These reviews are intended only to provide support for corporations and should not be viewed as the only options for textbook adoption at the local level.
Textbooks were reviewed for alignment to two parts of the Common Core State Standards: the Standards for Mathematical Content and the Standards for Mathematical Practice. The review of content standards was conducted by Indiana teachers and educators, and the review of practice standards was conducted by the Charles A. Dana Center. To review comments made by either group, please download the PDF document in the appropriate column below.
Minimal: This is the lowest rating a book can receive. In general, a book that was rated as "minimal" scored mostly 1s and 2s on a 4-point scale.
Limited: This is the middle rating a book can receive. In general, a book that was rated as "limited" scored mostly 2s and 3s on a 4-point scale.
Moderate: This is the highest rating a book can receive. In general, a book that was rated as "moderate" scored mostly 3s and 4s on a 4-point scale.
|Category||Grade Level||Publisher||Textbook Name||Alignment to Mathematical Content||Alignment to Mathematical Practices|
|2554||IM1||Glencoe/McGraw Hill||Core Plus Mathematics, Course 1||Moderate||Moderate|
|2556||IM2||Glencoe/McGraw Hill||Core Plus Mathematics, Course 2||Moderate||Moderate|
|2558||IM3||Glencoe/McGraw Hill||Core Plus Mathematics, Course 3||Moderate||Moderate|