Exciting news from the Ministry!
Ontario is dedicating more than $60 million to help support students across the province achieve better results in mathematics.
Math is a critical requirement for the jobs of today and tomorrow. Starting next September, key elements of the renewed strategy will be introduced including:
- A minimum of 60 minutes each day of protected learning time for effective mathematics instruction and assessment for students in Grades 1 to 8
- Up to three math lead teachers in all elementary schools
- Coaching for principals of select secondary schools to lead improvement in math among their students
- Support for learning at home through parent resources that provide helpful tips and information on the mathematics curriculum
- Better access to online math resources and math supports such as Homework Help or SOS Devoirs
- Math support for Grades 6 to 9 outside of the school day
- Opportunities for educators to deepen their knowledge in math learning, teaching and leading, including a dedicated math Professional Development Day to further their school improvement efforts.
Here are some resources that you can use at home with your child(ren):
Mathematics: a parent's guide
Chinese Simplified ParentGuideNumChineseS.pdf
Other languages available on the Ministry's website at Ministry Numeracy Strategy.
Homework Help: Free online math supports is available at Homework Help
To log in and register, you'll need your Ontario Education Number (OEN), found at the top of your report card, near your name.
Resources for parents and students are available at OAME