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An Introduction to Carnegie Math Pathways

March 27, 2020
Washington, D.C.

About the Event

What if every student could dramatically improve her chances of completing a college-level math course?  Nearly 10 years of classroom data show that they can. Since starting in 2010 the Carnegie Math Pathways Networked Improvement Community has developed, tested, and continued to refine a holistic approach to quality math instruction that year after year is helping more students achieve success and advance toward college completion. The Carnegie Math Pathways program is more than tripling student success rates in half the time and closing achievement gaps.

Led by an experienced Administrative Coach and Faculty Mentor from the Carnegie Math Pathways Network, this 3-hour workshop will delve into our unique instructional model, including innovative curricula, research-based pedagogical practices, and Productive Persistence, a collection of tools and resources to support social-emotional learning. Participants will walk away with an understanding of the in-class experience by participating in a demonstration lesson, an overview of the social-emotional supports embedded within the curricula, and information on how math pathways can help promote equity at your institution by removing math barriers and driving completion.

Who should attend?

College administrators, advisors and faculty who want to learn more about the
Carnegie Math Pathways approach.

Date, Time, and Location

Friday, March 27, 2020
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.

WestEd’s Washington, D.C. Office
1140 3rd St NE Suite 360
Washington, DC 20002

Questions?

For event questions, please contact Carolyn Espinoza at info@carnegiemathpathways.org.