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Rigor: Evolving Definitions in a Changing Landscape

March 1, 2019| Blog, Math
A roundtable talk about what rigor really means and why it matters.
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Do Math Pathways Work in the Long Run? New Data Indicate “Yes!”

March 7, 2019| Blog, Higher Education Fundamental question: Do mathematics pathways really work?
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Dana Center by the Numbers: 2018

February 15, 2019| News We invite you to explore a few of the numbers that shaped our year in 2018.
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Treisman Receives Gung and Hu Award from Mathematical Association of America

January 17, 2019| News, Math The Gung and Hu Award is MAA’s most prestigious award for service.

The Power of Words

January 14, 2019| Blog
How can language shape success in math and science education?

Social-Emotional Learning and STEM: Predictions from 100Kin10

January 9, 2019| News, SEL/Learning Mindsets
Dana Center work featured in 100Kin10’s Trends Report.

From College-Ready Students to Student-Ready Colleges, New Math Initiative Seeks Change

December 5, 2018| News
$6.7M grant aims to improve students’ success in mathematics.

Dana Center Joins in Boosting Student Achievement in Arkansas

November 30, 2018| Higher Education, News Coverage
State agencies and other organizations collaborate in statewide effort.

Dana Center Receives Math Pathways Grant to Support Students in West Texas

November 29, 2018| Higher Education, News
$1.2M from Greater Texas Foundation supports a three-year effort.

How Math Pathways Transformed One Student’s Relationship With Math

November 16, 2018| News, Higher Education
“I learned how to ask questions when I’m in doubt.”

Texas Community Colleges Receive Major Recognition in Math Instruction

November 15, 2018| News, Higher Education
Five colleges were recognized in the 2018 Math Pathways Awards.