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Steps to Success

Increasing Math Success

February 19, 2019
John Squires
This paper outlines the steps taken over a six-year period to implement the college redesign programs and the Tennessee SAILS program.
Points of Interest

Maintaining Success While Scaling

February 12, 2019
Maxine T. Roberts
This Points of Interest illuminates improved academic outcomes for Statway™ and shows how institutions of higher education benefit from math pathways models.
Points of Interest

Improving Course Access and Enrollment

February 5, 2019
Maxine T. Roberts
This Points of Interest highlights the need for pairing structural changes with continued support for students.
Points of Interest

Boosting Course Pass Rates

January 30, 2019
Maxine T. Roberts
This Points of Interest highlights early findings about implementation from MDRC's ongoing evaluation of DCMP curriculum in Texas
Points of Interest

Improving Course Placement Outcomes

January 22, 2019
Maxine T. Roberts
This Points of Interest illuminates the benefits of multiple measures and presents topics for consideration as system leaders implement these assessments.
Points of Interest

Replicating Success

January 16, 2019
Maxine T. Roberts
This Points of Interest highlights the value of strong leadership and commitment when replicating successful models at new sites.
Points of Interest

Changing Placement Policies

January 8, 2019
Maxine T. Roberts
This Points of Interest illuminates that two-year institutions are reforming long-standing developmental education practices by adopting new placement policies.
Points of Interest

Making the Case for Developmental Math Reform

January 2, 2019
Maxine T. Roberts
This Points of Interest illuminates the high percentages of learners who are placed in noncredit, pre-college math courses in different types of post-secondary institutions.
Partner Publication

Emerging Issues in Mathematics Pathways

January 1, 2019
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This monograph from the Dana Center’s Math Pathways contains 15 chapters on Math Pathways including equity, placement, advising, curriculum, co-requisite design, faculty engagement, and system & institutional transformation. It is a valuable resource for policy makers, practitioners, researchers, and system leaders.