A short presentation on the Math Performance Success (MPS) Program at De Anza College from the Feb. 22, 2016 Basic Skills Transformation Workshop has been provided here. The presentation highlights key parts of the highly successful Math Performance Success (MPS) program at De Anza College. This presentation was part of an Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (IEPI) Basic Skills and Student Outcomes Transformation Program workshop.

The Challenge

Nationally, students taking developmental mathematics courses have low success in progressing through and completing a transfer level mathematics courses, especially in a one-year time period.


Integrated student services were incorporated into the program: embedded counseling, embedded tutoring, double class time, student cohorts, active learning, and a faculty team approach.

Data and Outcomes

Outside research show a closing of the student achievement equity gap in both developmental mathematics and transfer-level statistics. MPS has been associated with increased persistence, retention, and completion. https://www.3cmediasolutions.org/privid/40736?key=953f909703fe13f2d4c841b75ebaebfed8b3accf http://www.deanza.edu/mps/
To learn more, please see the below contact information:
Jerry Rosenberg
Dean, Physical Sciences, Mathematics & Engineering
De Anza College, Foothill-De Anza CCD

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