STEM


Mathematics and Science Standards

Mathematics Florida Standards were approved by the Florida State Board of Education on February 18, 2014. In response to public concerns about standards, the Florida Department of Education (FDOE) in the Fall of 2013 opened three channels for the public to provide input to policy makers. First, three public meetings were held throughout the state at which attendees had the opportunity to communicate support for the standards as well as concerns about the standards. Second, a website was posted that presented information about the new standards, links to the proposed standards, transcripts of the public meetings, and other resources. A form was provided on the website for public input. Third, an email address was created for individuals to send their comments directly to the FDOE. Based on the results of the public comment, in January of 2014, the Department recommended that changes be made to the original Common Core State Standards adopted in July 2010. These standards are to be fully implemented in the 2014-15 school year and thereafter.

Mathematics Florida Standards (MAFS) by Grade Level

Download the Mathematics Florida Standards (MAFS) by grade level:

Science Next Generation Sunshine State Standards

The Next Generation Sunshine State Standards for Science were adopted by the Florida State Board of Education in February 2008.

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Staff Contact Information

PJ Duncan
Director of STEM
Bureau of Standards and Instructional Support
325 West Gaines Street, Suite 432
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0400
Phone: 850-245-0808
Patricia.Duncan@fldoe.org

Cassie Palelis
Elementary Mathematics Specialist
Phone: 850-245-7805
Cassandra.Palelis@fldoe.org

Courtney Starling
Secondary Mathematics Specialist
Phone: 850-245-9066
Courtney.Starling@fldoe.org

Rebecca Mead
Elementary Science Specialist
Phone: 850-245-5060
Rebecca.Mead@fldoe.org

Glenna Barber
Secondary Science Specialist
Phone: 850-245-0529
Glenna.Barber@fldoe.org