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    Feedback Requested on Possible Middle School Math Textbooks
    Posted on 09/25/2017

    Seattle Public Schools invites all families, staff and community members to review the instructional materials under consideration for use in grades 6-8. This will be the second round of public review. The input you provide will help the middle school math textbook adoption committee determine which curriculum to recommend for implementation in the 2018-2019 school year. Give us your feedback between October 3 and October 30.

    Materials are available for review in-person at the following schools starting October 2nd:

    • Aki Kurose Middle School (3928 S. Graham St.)
    • Eckstein Middle School (3003 NE 75th St.)
    • Madison Middle School (3429 45th Ave. SW)
    • South Shore K-8 (4800 S. Henderson St.)
    • Whitman Middle School (9201 15th Ave. NW)

    You may also view and evaluate the materials online. Visit this page for instructions. After you review the materials, use this feedback form to provide your review. The feedback form is also available in Spanish, Somali, Vietnamese, Chinese and Amharic.

    What Kind of Feedback Can I Give?

    Even if math was not your strongest subject in school, you can still provide valuable feedback. The feedback form will ask six general questions like, “Will the resources provided help me support my student?” or, “Does this book contain racist or sexist content?” It’s not necessary to be an expert in math to help review the materials. There is also an open comment section where you can provide additional thoughts for the adoption committee to consider.

    For more information about the middle school math adoption, please visit the adoption webpage.