Strong Start to Finish disseminates a variety of resources including research papers and “how-to” documents to practitioners in the field as they work to implement reforms. Here, you’ll find some of our collective knowledge.
In this podcast, we learn how the University of Cincinnati has taken a new approach to math that is helping more first-year students succeed in freshman year math and beyond.
Steps to Success
In this Steps to Success paper, we learn how all students at the University of Cincinnati are seeing greater success with a new approach to mathematics that places all students directly into credit math courses while simultaneously implementing a co-requisite model in five mathematics courses (College Algebra, Precalculus, Calculus, Calculus II, Applied Calculus) and revising a quantitative reasoning course which would now integrate co-requisite course content (Foundations of Quantitative Reasoning).
People in the Reform
First-generation college student Nadia Turner shares her story of persistence in pursuing her college degree from Middle Georgia State University, where she initially struggled through non-credit bearing developmental English and math classes.