Teachers College, Columbia University

Seizing Twelfth Grade to Improve Math Readiness: Senior-Year Transition Courses

Date and Time: October 27, 2016 2:00–3:15 EDT
Location: Online

Faced with high proportions of students needing remedial math courses in college, education systems across the country are prioritizing the goal of improving college readiness. Approaches include both strengthening K-12 instruction and improving alignment with postsecondary expectations. One relatively new strategy that combines these approaches and links postsecondary institutions and K-12 school is the design of senior-year transition courses. These courses aim to ensure students are ready for the demands of college-level math courses. In this webinar, researchers and practitioners discussed efforts to implement transition courses and their success to date.

Participants

Angela Boatman
Assistant Professor
Vanderbilt University
Senior Research Scholar
Community College Research Center
Pitt Turner
Professor of Mathematics
Sierra College
Pamela Burdman
Education Policy Analyst
Opportunity Institute

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