In 2019, the State Board of Education adopted several K-8 mathematics curricula after a revised review process implemented by the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE), Mississippi school districts, and Mississippi teachers. Below, you can view the Mississippi materials identified as HQIM.
Because these materials must be purchased by school districts, your access may be limited. If your district is not using these materials and you are interested in learning more, we strongly suggest you reach out to the vendors to learn more about how these materials could impact your classroom.
You can compare and review math materials using the EdReports tool.
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