Developmental Math

Carnegie Statway / Quantway Fiscal Considerations

Prepared by Rob Johnstone of the National Center for Inquiry & Improvement, this report explores the fiscal considerations of the Carnegie Foundation's Statway & Quantway initiatives, including return-on-investment, cost per completer, and cost savings and wage gains to students.

Instructional System

The Instructional System

Student Voices from Statway and Quantway


Students from Statway and Quantway discuss the impact the courses have had on their lives.

Celebrating a Year of Accomplishments and Embracing the Improvement Challenges Ahead


Anthony Bryk, president of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, addresses the Pathways National Forum in Santa Cruz, CA. July 23, 2012.

Productive Persistence: Results and Next Steps


Jane Muhich and David Yeager present results from the first year of productive persistence implementation at the Pathways National Forum in Santa Cruz, CA. July 23, 2012.

Andrea Levy: Strategies to Support Developmental Math Students

Andrea Levy, Statway instructor at Seattle Central Community College, discusses her strategies to provide developmental math students with the intellectual and emotional support they need to succeed. (Running time: 6:14)

Webinars for Student Services Staff

In April 2012, Carnegie held two webinars for campus student services staff to provide insight into the benefits of the Statway™ and Quantway™ initiatives for students. The recordings and slides from both events are available below.

Giving Students an Advantage with Quantway
April 11, 2012

What We are Learning About Productive Persistence

Carnegie Foundation Fellow David Yeager presents the latest findings of Carnegie's work in productive persistence to the Quantway Networked Improvement Community™ Winter Institute. December 10, 2011.
(Running time: 1:17:43)


The Ties That Bind: Introductory Remarks


Carnegie President Anthony S. Bryk's opening remarks at the Quantway and Statway 2011 Summer Institute.
(Running time: 21:36)