The Math Common Core 7th grade represents a program of study to be taught in public schools. Specifically, by the end of the seventh grade, students are taught and expected to master five critical domains: (1) expressions and equations; (2) geometry;(3) ratios and proportional relationships; (4) the number system; and (5) statistics and probability. A national education standard is one of the many benefits that was created by the Math Common Core 7th grade. Further, the standard provides rigorous academic goals. In doing so, students are better prepared to compete with their foreign counterparts, thus ensuring a promising future.