Six years of classroom data show that they can. More than 90 colleges and universities across the country, their faculty, and the students they serve are already experiencing this success as members of the growing Carnegie Math Pathways network.
Benefits of Joining
Carnegie Math Pathways unites practitioners, higher education administrators, researchers, and, increasingly, high school educators in a national network focused on collectively changing the status quo.
What if students who test two to three levels below college-level math could complete a college-level math course in a single year, or even a single semester?
What the Carnegie Math Pathways Provides
Benefits for Students
“It’s not an exaggeration to say that the program saved my education. Statway was hard but there was so much support. I learned that I was fully capable of succeeding in College Statistics. Statway did more than speed up my college career – it was the reason I graduated.”
Jacquelyn Lowe,former Statway student at Pierce College and recent graduate of CSU Humboldt
Benefits for Institutions
"We spend a lot of time talking about equity, and equity issues, and really reaching students. Statway is really one of the few initiatives that has shown real promise for moving the needle."
Matthew Judd,Dean, Natural Science Division, Mt. San Antonio College
There is an annual institutional fee to support faculty professional development, administrative support, and analytics, and the low-cost per student fee for materials and the online platform. The institutional fee varies based on the size of overall enrollment.
If your institution is interested in being a part of the Pathways Network and would like to discuss next steps, please contact Lisa Savcak, Assistant Director for Outreach at email@example.com.
We are also hosting Pathways Orientations at each of our upcoming regional events, which provide a deeper and hands-on introduction to our programs as well as an opportunity to connect with faculty and administrators within our network.