Math for All is a professional development program designed to assist schools in implementing high-quality, standards-based mathematics education for a wide range of students, including those with disabilities. The program helps schools build a foundation for collaboration among general and special education teachers as they work to implement student-centered approaches for rigorous mathematics instruction.
Sustained Improvement in Elementary Mathematics
For All Students
- Improve teachers’ ability to support all students, including those with special needs.
- Reduce the opportunity gaps between general and special education students.
- Increase mathematics achievement for all students in grades K–5.
Our Lesson Planning Cycle
Focus on Identified Students, Apply Strategies to All Students
- Deepen teachers’ understanding of how to assess students’ strengths and needs.
- Identify possible barriers to students’ engagement with mathematical learning experiences.
- Implement a variety of teaching practices to build success for the whole classroom.
Building Local Capacity
Grant Funding Allows Our Team to Provide These Advantages
- Train local facilitators (teacher leaders, coaches, staff developers) to implement the program.
- Provide participant books, presenter slides, videos, and other resources for local replication of the program.
- Provide ongoing training and support to school leaders to sustain the program with local staff.