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​ISBE fully supports Illinois high school districts in transitional math course implementation, which by law high schools must implement or officially opt-out by recommendation of the local school board.  Please refer to the legislation for full details.​​ Please refer to the Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness (PWR) Act for full details.

Curricular resources have been developed as an option for statewide use and are available at the transitional math web site.  Please visit:  iltransitionalmath.org

This website is the official transitional math website where you can find other important transitional math information such as the transitional math pathway competencies, webinars, summits, and professional learning opportunities.​​

​If there are any documents or resources that you need and/or questions, please contact us via the e-mails provided below. 

Transitional Math Portability

The Transitional Math Portability Panel will convene for its spring meeting on April 6, 2022. All course submissions are due in the www.iplacement.org system by March 1, 2022. Partnerships that need further guidance on how to submit transitional math courses for portability approval may access a five-minute webinar recording.

Additional information can be found at www.iltransitionalmath.org or obtained via email at TRInstruction@isbe.net.​​​

 Transitional Math Implementation Plan

The Implementation PlanPDF Document​ is now available.​

 Transitional Mathematics Professional Learning Opportunities

To assist in the implementation of Transitional Mathematics, the Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) is creating the following opportunities for professional learning. 

An updated library of short informational webinars is available at covering specific topics within Transitional Math, such as overview, the pathways, advising, resources, and portability.  They​ are available on the state’s Transitional Math website located at​ http://www.iltransitionalmath.org/

In addition to the webinar series, ISBE will offer a series of transitional math professional learning modules on-line for instructors, administrators, and counselors. Professional development hours are available per request upon completion. 

ISBE is also available to provide in-person professional learning upon request with districts, teacher and curriculum leaders, community college partners, regional offices of education, and other groups such as education for employment (EFE) systems interested in learning about transitional math instruction and implementation. 

All professional learning opportunities and resources offered through ISBE are free of charge.  For additional information or to request a professional learning experience from ISBE, please e-mail TRInstruction@isbe.net.​

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