Student Success in Mathematics
Mathematical proficiency is essential for every student in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Standards for Mathematics demonstrate a commitment to high expectations for what students should be learning and the instructional shifts that will prepare them for their future.
Educators and leaders at all levels must take on the challenge and the responsibility to ensure that all students are mathematically literate. For additional information on what it means to be mathematically literate, please visit the Mathematical Literacy website.
Students should analyze, reason, and communicate ideas effectively as they pose, formulate, interpret, and solve mathematical problems in a variety of situations to ensure success in a world beyond the classroom.
- The Guiding Principles for Teaching and Learning in Mathematics Classrooms provide a set of characteristics that should be present in mathematics classrooms at all levels.
The Characteristics of Mathematically Proficient Students summarizes what mathematically proficient students should be able to do based on the Standards for Mathematical Practice