Implementing mathematics pathways at scale is a complex undertaking. Successful implementation requires engaging with stakeholders representing diverse roles across all levels of the higher education system. Intentional planning, collaboration, and action are critical.
The Dana Center Mathematics Pathways Institutional Implementation Guide draws on years of experience and observations gleaned from math pathways implementations across the United States. The Guide—recently updated and available in PDF or enhanced digital format—informs and supports institutional leadership teams in implementing and scaling mathematics pathways.
The online Institutional Implementation Guide has easy-to-use features and the ability to track progress through essential actions, empowering your institution and its stakeholders to successfully take action and build mathematics pathways.
Every institution is different—with different needs, different challenges, different cultures—but stories from successful mathematics pathways implementations are instructive for all. The more our DCMP teams work with institutions across the country, the more we encounter the creative and effective solutions those institutions use to overcome common challenges.
We now share those stories in Notes from the Field, a new series of case studies exploring innovative practices in mathematics pathways.