White paper, Improvement Research Carried Out Through Networked Communities: Accelerating Learning about Practices that Support More Productive Student Mindsets, explores improvement science as a way to address problems facing educators.
In the Pathways, Carnegie is testing a set of strategies to help students persist and succeed academically. This report examines this kind of persistence, called Productive Persistence, which is addressing the alarming student failure rates.
Carnegie's report on how the productive persistence strategy within the Community College Pathways has resulted in positive changes in student engagement and outcomes to addressing the alarming failure rates of students in developmental mathematics.
The results from the first year of Community College Pathways Program, the 2011-2012 academic year, show a dramatic rate of success for students enrolled in developmental mathematics. Learn how Pathways is achieving these impressive results.
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching’s newly developed community college mathematics pathway in statistics, Statway™, has achieved dramatic results in the initial implementation, tripling the success rate for developmental mathematics students in half the time. “These are impressive results from a program in its first year of implementation.…
The Carnegie Foundation has launched two pathways, Statway and Quantway, to help students succeed in developmental mathematics. Statway and Quantway are more than courses, they are entire new instructional systems.
Carnegie is launching the Carnegie Alpha Lab Research Network, a National Science Foundation funded project that aims to coordinate the efforts of researchers interested in leveraging their own research expertise to improve the Carnegie Pathways.
The recent American Association of Community Colleges 21st-Century Commission recommends having a goal to increase completion rates by 50 percent by 2020. Carnegie's work on developmental mathematics suggests we can achieve even more.
Complete College America's report, “Remediation: Higher Education’s Bridge to Nowhere," examines how of the two million students who are enrolled in community college less than one in 10 students graduate within three years.