Multiple Paths Forward: Diversifying Mathematics as a Strategy for College Success (Executive Summary)

By Pamela Burdman, Kathy Booth, Chris Thorn, Peter Riley Bahr, Jon McNaughtan, Grant Jackson

Multiple Paths Forward: Diversifying Mathematics as a Strategy for College Success (Executive Summary)
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This executive summary outlines key findings from Multiple Paths Forward: Diversifying Mathematics as a Strategy for College Success, a report that illustrates how colleges are creating math pathways that are aligned with students’ programs of study, including recommendations from mathematics associations, common math pathways, the impact of requiring intermediate algebra pre-requisites and of diversifying math pathways on student success, and an analysis of math course-taking patterns in California community colleges.

This Executive Summary was produced by WestEd, Just Equations, and the Center for the Study of Higher and Postsecondary Education at the University of Michigan.

The Full Report and an Infographic are also available.

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