In an op-ed for Los Angeles Daily News, recent CSU graduate Jacquelyn Lowe reflects on how math pathways and remediation reform at Pierce College in California helped her not only build confidence in her math abilities but also achieve her academic goals.

“All students should have access to rigorous, college-level math that is relevant to their goals, the kind of learning experience I was lucky enough to receive.”

Some of you may remember Jacquelyn Lowe as the keynote from the 2015 National Forum. Lowe is a Statway alumna who this spring earned her Bachelor’s degree in English from Humboldt State. She is currently applying to graduate programs in rhetoric and composition and continues to be a passionate advocate for the Pathways in California.

Read the Op-Ed