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WV Mathematics Program Improvement Review

To develop and maintain high-quality mathematics programs, school personnel need specific information that clarifies what is working and what is not.  The Mathematics Program Improvement Review (MPIR) is a proven evaluation process focused on standards for high-quality mathematics programs in grades K–12 and the means to measure those standards. It can be used effectively by individual teachers, teachers and administrators within a school, and teachers and administrations within an entire district. With the MPIR, you can establish a baseline for the quality of your mathematics program, identify the elements that are most in need of change, and continuously monitor your program's improvement.  Below are forms you may find useful.

Interviews: 

          Elementary and Middle School Teacher Interview

          High School Teacher Interview

          Principal Interview

          Parent Interview

          Student Interview

Questionnaires:

          Class Description Questionnaire

          Teachers' Self-Perception Questionnaire

          Principal's Self-Perception Questionnaire

Other Forms:

           Principal's Checklist

           Classroom Observation Instrument

Summary Forms/Rating Forms:

          Classroom Observation Summary

          Rating Form for Standard 1 - Grades K-8

          Rating Form for Standard 1 - Grades 9-12

          Rating Form for Standard 2

          Rating Form for Standard 3

          Rating Form for Standard 4

          Rating Form for Standard 5

          Rating Form for Standard 6

          Rating Form for Standard 7

          Rating Form for Standard 8

          Rating Form for Standard 9

          Rating Form for Standard 10

          Rating Form for Standard 11

Rubrics and Rating Guides:

          Classroom Observation Instrument Scoring Rubric

          Guide for Rating MPIR Indicators and Standards

Introduction to MPIR

Sample MPIR Report