Moving Mathematical Mountains: A Decade of Educator-Led Change to Make Math a Gateway to Success for All Students
Over the last decade, Carnegie Math Pathways has helped propel tens of thousands of students through college mathematics and supported colleges and systems transform their math offerings and advance their college completion goals. In the process, they have amassed a community of over 1,000 educators, who, through their commitment to promoting a more equitable approach to math learning and teaching, have driven the creation and continuous improvement of innovative course solutions and instructional resources.
This report highlights the impact and key learnings from over 10 years of Carnegie Math Pathways implementation, as well as student, faculty, and institutional feature stories. It covers how Carnegie Math Pathways has helped instructors, administrators, and institutions implement more equitable math learning by:
- introducing math pathways aligned with majors, relevant to students’ lives, and to 21st century career paths;
- engaging all students directly in college-level math, with the supports they need to be successful;
- creating an active, collaborative learning experience centered on relatable and meaningful contexts;
- attending to the needs of the whole learner through embedded social emotional learning supports that address key non-cognitive factors, such as growth mindset and belonging; and
- supporting faculty and administrative leaders in transforming the student experience through rich professional learning and peer support.
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