Many have advocated for adoption of multiple high school mathematics pathways beyond the traditional path to calculus to better align with students’ aspirations and address systemic barriers in math education. As new K-12 math pathways grow in popularity, this session explores the challenges and implications of these emerging pathways from a research and practice perspective. Learn about recent research on student outcomes and experiences in K-12 math pathways and explore the implications for equity and future research.
This session is co-sponsored by the Education Trust-New York and Policy Analysis for California Education (PACE).
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