This 13–minute video, led by Susan Bickerstaff of CCRC, discusses five themes that emerged as a part of evaluating the MPC project.
This tool is a collection of templates that faculty and administrators can use to prepare for and implement multidisciplinary discussions focused on identifying a default mathematics course requirement that is most relevant for each program of study.
This resource is a sample of the Foundations of Mathematical Reasoning course.
This report describes the First in the World Maryland Mathematics Reform Initiative (FITW MMRI) project. The report includes the project's theory of action, partner institutions, research questions, and timeline .
This example shows Indiana's established set of math pathways that are aligned to programs of study; this example is intended for use as a reference.
In fall 2015, Washington state, through the State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC), joined the Mathematics Pathways to Completion (MPC) project.
A brief outlining six recommendations for increasing success rates for students entering STEM-related programs of study.
Webinar that examines why it is important to focus on advising when implementing math pathways at scale and explores a step-by-step guide to develop a comprehensive advising plan using Dana Center resources and tools. (45:16)
This tool will help a state- or region-level planning team review and finalize task force membership based on a thorough mapping of your state context.
Jobs for the Future (JFF); author: Elisabeth Barnett This report is one in a series of five reports that encourages K-12 and higher education systems to take joint responsibility for student success in the "shared transition zone" of 12th grade and their first year of college.