Links to online resources for two-minute proofs have been added for Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II. Two-minute proofs are quick demonstrations, proofs without words, or informal explanations that can be used in a classroom as an introduction or summary of a concept. The inspiration for these links was a workshop co-facilitated by Bobson Wong at Math for America called "Two-Minute Proofs." Bobson is a three-time recipient of the Math for America Master Teacher Fellowship.
Review sheets for Geometry and Algebra II have been added. The Geometry review sheet is a list of vocabulary terms that students can use to create index cards or a three-column (term, definition, picture) vocabulary list. The Algebra II review sheet is a list of formulas, definitions, and statements in which students fill in the blanks.
Updated versions of the Guides to the Algebra I and Algebra II Standards have now been posted. They include minor revisions to the formatting of the overview of the standards on page 3 as well as a few minor corrections, including typos in standards A-REI.D.11 and A-CED.A.2.
In the spring of 2016, the New York State Education Department put together a committee of educators from around the state to formulate revisions to the Common Core Standards. The committees came up with a number of proposed changes, which are available for public comment through November 14, 2016 on the AimHighNY web site. A one-page summary of the proposed changes for high school Common Core math has been added to this site - see the Algebra I, Geometry, or Algebra II pages.