Six states gathered together in Fall 2018 to discuss progress and continuous improvement for mathematics pathways as a part of the Mathematics Pathways to Completion (MPC) project.

The 2018 American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) standards guide lays out recommendations for impacting mathematical prowess, and improving mathematics education in the first two years of college.

The Texas Success Center (TSC) collects statewide data to document progress Texas colleges are making in implementing the four principles of the Dana Center Mathematics Pathways Model (DCMP).

When the focus for entry-level mathematics shifted, over a decade ago, from access to success, it catalyzed demand for accelerated multiple mathematics pathways alongside the algebraic-intensive pathway.

Most state– and system–level policies and practices support the transferability of credits, but do not account for the applicability of those credits to a student’s program of study.

Texas 2-year and 4-year transfer inventory guide for 2018-19.

This 2018 report provides an update of the current state efforts and progress towards increased student persistence and success as a result of implementing multiple mathematics pathways.

Many institutions implementing and scaling mathematics pathways are faced with the challenge of enrolling students in relevant gateway math courses that are aligned to their programs of study.

This Dana Center resource provides an overview of efforts to implement multiple math pathways at scale in American higher education.

This resource is a sample of the Quantitative Reasoning course.