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          全州发展的政策,扩大公平的学生结果的数学途径举措

          日期和时间: 2019年8月7日下午四点15分,下午5点
          位置: 马萨诸塞州波士顿
          地点: 威斯汀波士顿水景

          The value of higher education rests on student graduation, but a growing body of evidence identifies mathematics requirements as a primary barrier to degree completion and equitable outcomes for millions of students. Mathematics pathways are an effective structural solution to address these issues, focusing on low persistence and high failure rates in developmental and introductory college-level mathematics. In this session, a research analyst from the Dana Center, the director of academic policy & student success from the 高等教育的马萨诸塞部门, and a research assistant from the 社区大学研究中心 described how they are supporting and researching the process of implementing pathways, not just within institutions or higher education systems, but across entire states. Presenters discussed empirical findings on institution- and state-level conditions necessary to scale math pathways, challenges that emerge, and how stakeholders are navigating those challenges.

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          珍妮弗·多尔西
          资深分析师评价
          查尔斯一个。达纳中心
          高级研究助理
          CCRC
          埃琳娜Quiroz- Livanis
          Chief of 员工, Director of Academic Policy & Student Success
          高等教育的马萨诸塞部门

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