Co-requisite Authoring Opportunity for Statistics and Quantitative Reasoning
The Dana Center has developed curricular materials to support colleges in implementing the Dana Center Mathematics Pathways (DCMP). Currently, students start on a DCMP pathway with a quantitative literacy-based developmental mathematics course. After completing this course, students can take different pathways for college-level mathematics credit which include statistics and quantitative reasoning pathways, and the pathway to Calculus.
Now, following extensive analysis of data from co-requisite implementation across the country, the Dana Center is developing co-requisite supports for underprepared students in these pathways. We are seeking authors to develop support lessons for the statistics and quantitative reasoning pathways. To apply or learn more, please click here.
About The Charles A. Dana Center at the University of Texas at Austin
The Dana Center Mathematics Pathways (DCMP) is an umbrella for several strands of work, within states and across the nation, to implement math pathways aligned with the DCMP model. It encompasses work across higher education sectors and provides faculty, staff, administrators, and policy representatives with the resources, tools, and services necessary to implement high-quality mathematics pathways effectively.