Guided Pathways and Mathematics Pathways: Putting Students First
In recent years, two visionary movements have emerged in higher education, both with the goal of supporting student success by creating pathways of study aligned with students' career and academic goals. While the two movements emerged independently and commonly have been implemented separately, there are great advantages for students and institutions in ensuring both efforts align and work together.
Dana Center senior policy analyst Carl Krueger explains the Guided Pathways and Mathematics Pathways movements and tells us about a brief, recently published by the Dana Center Mathematics Pathways (DCMP), that provides deeper background and collects resources relevant to the topic.
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