A newly released WestEd study examines the challenges and successes of the Pathways’ corequisite implementation at six institutions in six different states. Across these institutions, 65% of students—students who would have otherwise been placed into traditional developmental courses—earned college math credit in a single semester. That’s more than three times the success rate of the traditional remedial approach, saving students time and money on their path to a degree.
On March 13th, we hosted a webinar to share these promising findings alongside the Pathways faculty who piloted the corequisite offerings:
- Ellen Mulqueeny, Math Faculty, Kent State University
- Yolanda Manzano, Math Faculty, Richland College
- Thales Georgiou, Instructional Dean, Richland College
- Kelly Kohlmetz, Math Faculty, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
You can view answers here to questions posed during the webinar that our panelists could not answer in the allotted time.