Study considers effects of taking developmental math in college

Inside Higher Ed and the Washington Post are among the media taking note of a CUNY study published in the American Educational Research Association’s Evaluation and Policy Analysis journal this month.  Congrats to CUNYMath Blog author Mari Watanabe-Rose, one of the authors of the study.  Her team found that a student placed in remedial math has a better chance of succeeding in college by taking college-level statistical courses with additional support instead of developmental math.

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One Response to Study considers effects of taking developmental math in college

  1. Hey Ashleigh,

    This is a great post to share. I’m a huge supporter of math and STEM overall. I hope more colleges take this study very seriously – especially city and local colleges.

    Thanks,
    Dennis

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