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The California Mathematics Project (CMP) is a collaborative, statewide network of classroom teachers and university scholars dedicated to providing students a rich, rigorous, and coherent mathematics curriculum taught by competent and confident mathematics teachers who foster all students' proficiency in mathematics - achieving equity in quality.CMP's 18 regional sites are housed in the departments of mathematics at university campuses throughout California. Each year, scholars and teachers from these sites work collaboratively to design, implement, evaluate, and refine professional development programs in an effort to enhance K-12 teacher's content knowledge and instructional strategies in accordance with the California State Board of Education-adopted Common Core State Standards in Mathematics and the California Mathematics Content Standards. All teachers and students become competent mathematical thinkers as they investigate, conjecture, and justify.This collaborative network is dedicated to providing the highest quality mathematics instruction, with a special focus on meeting the needs of English learners (as articulated through the Common Core State Standards), native speakers with low literacy, and students from economically disadvantaged communities. Headquartered at the University of California - Los Angeles, CMP belongs to a larger network of discipline-specific programs known as the California Subject Matter Projects, administered by the University of California, Office of the President.Follow CMP on Facebook!