CAPR’s study of Dana Center Mathematics Pathways in Texas
DCMP is a model of mathematics education that shortens students’ time in remediation, tailors content to students’ academic and career paths, and uses student-centered instruction. CAPR studied how DCMP works and whether it improved academic outcomes for students at four Texas community colleges.
Strengthening curriculum, teaching, and academic and nonacademic supports
This panel will explore the implications of developmental education reforms for curriculum, pedagogy, and student supports in English, math, and other disciplines. Researchers and practitioners will outline considerations for the field as it seeks to build on existing developmental education reforms.
Rebecca Cox \ Simon Fraser University
Gwenn Eldridge \ Ivy Tech Community College
Emily Lardner \ Highline College
Vilma Mesa \ University of Michigan
Susan Bickerstaff \ CCRC and CAPR (moderator)