Reengineering Developmental Math: Part I

Accelerating Student Success Through High-Return Personalized Pathways

Topics: Community College, Academic Affairs, Developmental and Remedial Education, Student Retention and Success, Early Warning Systems, Degree Progress

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About the Webconference

We often hear these questions about building math programs: “What works? What doesn’t? Where do I invest in developmental math redesign?”

Over half of community college entrants test into pre-college coursework and only a small fraction of these students ever progress to college-level or earn a college credential. In an effort to strengthen student outcomes, progressive colleges are redesigning developmental math curricula, placement practices, and instructional delivery.

Based on over 200 interviews with leading community colleges, our research explores the most promising developmental math redesign strategies and the ingredients for implementation success. The first session of this two-part webconference series explores the major findings of our national developmental math initiative.

Questions addressed in this session:

  • Which redesign strategies are most effective?
  • What are the key ingredients for implementation success?
  • How do we maximize return from flipped classrooms?

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