### Post: Is Statistics a Recipe for STEM Success?

We’re basically saying math is a continuum from algebra to calculus …. It’s somewhat arbitrary that we’ve chosen that to be mathematics to represent to students. Why aren’t we doing … More

We’re basically saying math is a continuum from algebra to calculus …. It’s somewhat arbitrary that we’ve chosen that to be mathematics to represent to students. Why aren’t we doing … More

Some California colleges are making significant progress on reforming mathematics education, implementing strategies shown to improve math outcomes for students, including those who are traditionally underrepresented. Yet additional steps are … More

Does being “good at math” mean using a set of discrete skills and procedures to correctly answer problems on homework and timed tests? Or is it about making sense of … More

BERKELEY, CALIF.—Some colleges in California are making significant progress on reforming mathematics education by implementing strategies shown to improve math outcomes, including for students who are traditionally underrepresented. Yet additional … More

At most U.S. colleges, Precalculus is considered a college-level course. But when taught in high school, the course rarely confers college credit. More typically, high school Precalculus signals readiness for … More

In an op-ed for CalMatters, Just Equations Executive Director Pamela Burdman and Elisha Smith Arrillaga of the Charles A. Dana Center at the University of Texas at Austin spotlight promising … More

My interest in redesigning math pathways dates back at least a dozen years. While working on improving student opportunities and outcomes at California community colleges, I came to realize how … More

BERKELEY, CALIF.—Mathematics education has been a distinct source of inequity, often serving as a gatekeeper to college admissions and academic majors for traditionally marginalized students, especially Black and Latinx students. … More