The goal of the adoption process is to select the best instructional materials available that support middle school math teaching and learning. Community and educator input and feedback are critical components of the review and selection process.  In order to help inform the adoption committee’s work during the instructional materials review, we invite you to review the textbooks submitted for consideration.
Before You Begin
Please make sure you've reviewed the curricular materials first. Instructions for how to access and review the materials online are available here: Math 6-8 Adoption Vendor Materials

If you have difficulty accessing any materials, please contact Anna Box, Mathematics Program Manager, at 206-252-0992 or ambox@seattleschools.org.

* 1. This book works for middle school students with a wide range of abilities.

  0 - poor 1 - fair 2 - good  3 - outstanding
Big Ideas Math
Connected Math Project 3 (CMP3)
Core Focus on Math 
EnVision
Eureka
Glencoe
Go Math!
Math in Focus
Open Up Math

* 2. This book can be adapted to my students’ needs.

  0 - poor 1 - fair 2 - good 3 - outstanding
Big Ideas Math
Connected Math Project (CMP3)
Core Focus on Math
EnVision
Eureka
Glencoe
Go Math!
Math in Focus
Open Up Math

* 3. The assessments provided meet my expectations.

  0 - poor 1 - fair 2 - good 3 - outstanding
Big Ideas Math
Connected Math Project (CMP3)
Core Focus on Math
EnVision
Eureka
Glencoe
Go Math!
Math in Focus
Open Up Math

* 4. The resources provided will help me support my student(s).

  0 - poor 1 - fair 2 - good 3 - outstanding
Big Ideas Math
Connected Math Project (CMP3)
Core Focus on Math
EnVision
Eureka
Glencoe
Go Math!
Math in Focus
Open Up Math

* 5. This book does not contain racist or sexist content and tries to fairly represent a variety of cultures.

  0 - poor 1 - fair 2 - good 3 - outstanding
Big Ideas Math
Connected Math Project (CMP3)
Core Focus on Math
EnVision
Eureka
Glencoe
Go Math!
Math in Focus
Open Up Math

* 6. Which of the following statements is the most important to consider for ranking the math books?

* 7. Please tell us who you are (check all that apply).

* 8. How would you describe your student’s/students’ experiences learning math in school?

* 9. Which school does your student attend? (If you support students at more than one school, please list the school(s) where the majority of your students attend.)

* 10. Demographic Data - Please check all that apply.

* 11. Is there anything else you would like to share with the textual materials committee?

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