U.S. Coalition for World Class Math is an association of people who are concerned about the state of math education in their states and in the United States. They are concerned about the closed and confidential process taken by CCSSI, and they want any standards proposed to be evaluated by design principles. These design principles conform to the recommendations and findings in the National Math Advisory Panel Report.
Parents and community members throughout the United States have formed the U.S. Coalition for World Class Math. This group advocates that national math standards be developed through an open process utilizing the expertise of college and university math professors and mathematicians. A major concern of the group is that the process used by the NGA and CCSSO may not actually lead to internationally competitive math standards.
The U.S. Coalition for World Class Math has articulated design principles from which to evaluate proposed national math standards. The design principles are endorsed by college and university math professors from across the United States, including esteemed university math professors from California.
On its website, the U.S. Coalition for World Class Math recognizes that California's Math Standards are internationally competitive and world class.
Link here to join with the U.S. Coalition for World Class Math to support an open national process, to support utilizing the design principles and to advocate for internationally competitive standards for all students in America.
