Cuyamaca College no longer offers math at two or more levels below transfer. Instead, developmental students enroll in: (1) Intermediate Algebra with concurrent enrollment support, (2) an accelerated pre-statistics course, or (3) a college-level math course with concurrent enrollment support. The outcome? Pipeline success rates are significantly greater across all disproportionally impacted groups. This presentation from the 2017 RP Group Strengthening Student Success conference discusses the structure of the revised math program at Cuyamaca, provides evidence that we are closing the achievement gap in math, and reviews strategies for implementing similar structural changes at your own college.
To learn more, please see the below contact information:
Tammi Marshall
Chair, Math Department
Cuyamaca College

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