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Carnegie Math Pathways Forms Social Justice Curriculum Group

Carnegie Math Pathways Forms Social Justice Curriculum Group Carnegie Math Pathways has been a purveyor of relevant and engaging mathematics curriculum since its inception, empowering even the most math-averse students to use statistics and quantitative reasoning to examine matters in their everyday lives. It is in this spirit of relevance and developing deeper mathematical reasoning skills that Carnegie Math Pathways is forming a Social Justice Curriculum Group within the larger Pathways Curriculum Committee. “We are

Better Use of System Log Data: Shared Learnings from the Forum and New Priorities

Better Use of System Log Data: Shared Learnings from the Forum and New Priorities

Better Use of System Log Data: Shared Learnings from the Forum and New Priorities 2016 Pathways Forum Blog Series 2 of 4 Carnegie and SRI International—a non-profit research institute based in Menlo Park, CA—are collaborating to learn from data that students generate as they use one of the Pathways online learning systems. For background purposes, as students log into a course’s website, whether a Quantway or Statway course, certain pieces of information are collected and

Systematically Thinking about Scale

Systematically Thinking about Scale

Systematically Thinking about Scale The Carnegie Math Pathways programs (Statway, Quantway, and the Bridge Courseware) have dramatically increased developmental math success rates by engaging students in relevant mathematics that they can use in their daily lives. Despite this progress, the 13,821 students that the Pathways has served pales in comparison to the half of million students across the nation that fail to achieve college math credit (Huang et. al, 2016; Bailey, Jeong & Cho, 2010;

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Students Experience Transformation in the Carnegie Math Pathways

Students Experience Transformation in the Carnegie Math Pathways 2016 Pathways Forum Blog Series 1 of 4 Math classrooms are rarely remembered as places where students build community with classmates, think about real world questions, or, for many former math students, gain the confidence to excel at or enjoy doing math. Yet at a panel presentation at the 2016 Pathways National Forum, attendees learned directly from students about how the Carnegie Math Pathways is doing all

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