Math Organizations Leadership Network
The Dana Center established the Launch Years Math Organizations Leadership Network (LY-MathLN) which brings together mathematics organizations interested in collaborating to strengthen—and advocate for—work improving the experiences and outcomes for students transitioning from the last two years of high school into the first two years of postsecondary education.
The network’s charge includes using the collective power of its participating organizations to advocate with their members for necessary changes at their local institutions and systems.
Call to Action
LY-MathLN determined that a unified message from their organizations was critical to share their vision and support for the continued work needed to improve the mathematics experiences and outcomes for students transitioning from high school into postsecondary education.
The resulting Call to Action statement above, and the six supporting recommendations, mobilize action across sectors and stakeholder groups to improve the experiences and outcomes for students transitioning from high school into postsecondary education.
Additional Resources to Deepen Understanding
- Podcast – The Transition Years: A discussion with Dr. John Staley
- Podcast – The Transition Years: Supporting the Work
- Webinar – A Look at Mathematics: PreK-12 and Postsecondary
- Webinar – The Transition Years: Why This Work is Important for our Students
- Webinar – Content that Matters for Transition Courses: Meaningful Content for Model Courses
- Alliance of Indigenous Math Circles
- American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges
- American Statistical Association
- Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators
- Association of State Supervisors of Mathematics
- Benjamin Banneker Association
- Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences
- Just Equations
- Mathematical Association of America
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
- NCSM: Leadership in Mathematics Education
- TODOS: Mathematics for ALL