Notable Achievements from the Project
- Colorado revised placement policy to allow greater flexibility in placing students into college-level mathematics courses.
- Indiana aligned math pathways to programs of study to support consistent transfer and applicability.
- Missouri’s flagship university established a quantitative reasoning pathway and has started a process to change a requirement that all students take College Algebra.
- Montana and Nevada supported every public college and university in the state to develop a local implementation plan.
- Ohio removed Intermediate Algebra as the prerequisite for college readiness, redefined “college level content,” and developed rigorous learning outcomes for a quantitative reasoning course.
A summary of the recommendations from the six states is provided in the report, Momentum for Improving Undergraduate mathematics: Progress from State Mathematics Task Forcesview full resourceDownloadFile.