Instructional Materials

Instructional Material Adoption
The textbook adoption process includes input from community stakeholders, including teachers and parents. 
The Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) adopts course instructional materials for each subject area and school year. More information on state requirements and procedures for instructional materials can be found on the FLDOE website.

    Recommended Materials for Adoption (February 15, 2022)
    • Kindergarten–5th Grade: Savvas Envision
    • 6th Grade–8th Grade: Savvas Envision
    • Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2: Savvas Envision and Math Nation
    • Math for College Algebra: HMH College Algebra by Young
    • Precalculus Honors: Cengage’s PreCalculus with Limits: A Graphical Approach by Larson
    • Probability and Statistics Honors: Bedford, Freeman, and Worth’s Statistics and Probability with Applications by Starnes, Taber, and Wilcox

Public Review of Adopted Instructional Materials

Instructional material adoption for the 2021–22 school year is for K–12 Mathematics. Instructional materials under consideration are made available for public review digitally and in person. Please see the timeline below for public review dates and deadlines.


Mathematics Instructional Materials Adoption Timeline 2021–22
October 26 NEFEC Instructional Materials Review Fair, K–5
October 28 NEFEC Instructional Materials Review Fair, 6–12
December 8–9 Publisher presentations to committee
December 21 School Board Workshop: announce 20-day public review period begins January 3
January 3 Public review period begins
January 18 Public comments will be heard at School Board meeting
January 22 Public review period ends
February 1 Public comments and recommendation of materials at School Board agenda workshop
February 15 School Board approval of recommended materials for adoption at School Board Meeting
February 16 30-day period to contest adoption opens
March 17 30-day period to contest adoption closes
March 22 Public hearing for contested instructional materials (if needed). Following public hearing, School Board will vote on adoption of core material. Decision is final.


Challenge to Non-Adopted Instructional Materials
Parents of a student or residents of the county may challenge instructional materials used in classrooms, school library books, or books on reading lists. Challenged materials must meet the following criteria:
  • Materials that were not subject to the review process during an adoption year including a public notice of a hearing, review and comment procedures (F.S. 1006.28)
We suggest that prior to submitting a challenge, you schedule a meeting with the principal of the school to gain an understanding of how the material is being used. Please complete the linked Request for Reconsideration of Materials form to submit a challenge.

Request for Reconsideration of Materials
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