Teachers College, Columbia University

10 Years: Reflecting on the Movement to Transform Math Education

Date and Time: January 26, 2021 3– 4 PM EST
Location: Online

This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Carnegie Math Pathways. Over the last decade, we’ve seen the inequitable system of remedial math disrupted by the development and adoption of math pathways and corequisite courses. We’ve witnessed guided pathways usher in a student-centered approach to institutional design and operations.

During this conversation, Carnegie Math Pathways Executive Director Karon Klipple, NCII Founder and President Rob Johnstone, and CCRC Senior Research Scholar Davis Jenkins reflected on the evolution of institutional transformation. They also described the pivotal role of Carnegie’s community of educators in the nationwide movement toward math pathways that are helping more students than ever succeed. They shared highlights from this decade of work and their ideas about opportunities and challenges ahead.


Karon Klipple
Math Pathways Executive Director
Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching
Robert Johnstone
Founder and CEO
National Center for Inquiry and Improvement
Senior Research Scholar
Community College Research Center