Carnegie Math Pathways
Carnegie Math Pathways gives you access to trusted research-based math pathway solutions and an innovative approach to mathematics instruction that support college readiness and completion.
With course results consistently 3-4x higher than the traditional math sequence, the Pathways gives you the tools and resources to help more of your students than ever achieve success in gateway mathematics and advance in their education.
Our comprehensive suite of quantitative and statistical reasoning course solutions include one- and two- term corequisites, college, and stretch pathways options and support in-person, hybrid, and fully online instruction.
Quantitative reasoning course solutions designed to promote success in mathematics and to develop critical thinking and quantitative literacy.
Statistical reasoning course solutions designed to teach mathematics skills essential for a growing number of occupations and needed for decision-making under conditions of uncertainty.
We’ve reimagined math teaching and learning. Using a comprehensive approach intentionally designed to promote rich engagement and deeper learning, we’re helping instructors create meaningful learning experiences for all students connected to their college goals and careers aspirations.
And our community of educators provide connection and resources to prepare you for success with Pathways implementation in your first year and beyond. Instructors and administrators have access to flexible training opportunities, peer mentorship and coaching, and professional development in cutting edge R&D.
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Over 1,000 educators involved in our community.
Student outcomes in Pathways courses are three to four times that of the traditional foundational math sequence.
Pathways students are completing their math requirements in one year or less.
And they are graduating and transferring at significantly higher rates than their peers in traditional course sequences.