11Few Ever Get to Gateway70% of students placed into remediation fail to enroll in a gateway course in two academic years
12Policy Objectives for Gateway Course Success Math pathways shall be aligned with programsGateway courses shall be the default placement for most studentsStudents requiring academic support shall receive it as a corequisite.Placement shall match students to the appropriate level of corequisite supportUtilize student success metrics to set performance benchmarks and create financial incentives to increase completion of gateway courses within one academic year
13Academy 2.0 Academy 2.0 supports the statewide scaling of reforms in CCA’s leading states
14You are a Leader! COMMITTED to transforming remediation ESTABLISHED legislation and state policies guiding and allowing necessary reformsINVESTED considerable time and resources to the development of a strategyIMPLEMENTING successful modelsin your states
15The Blueprint your reforms will be the blueprint When fully implemented at scale…your reformswill be the blueprintfor how all states can dramaticallyincrease the number of studentspassing gateway courses.
16Complete College America’s Goal 4-5 States will scale corequiste support this year.
17What is Statewide Scale? A state system where . . .the vast majority of students . . .at the vast majority of institutions . . .receive academic support as a corequisite . . .. . . resulting in dramatic increases in the number of students completing gateway math and English courses in one academic year.
18Guiding ObjectiveStudents complete gateway courses and enter programs of study in one academic year
19Mathematics must be aligned with programs of study.
20University System of Georgia Mathematics Task Force: “College Algebra was designed explicitly to meet the needs of students who are preparing to take Precalculus and Calculus.”
21College Algebra’s Only Purpose : Preparation for Calculus STEM
23Math Pathways PanelJenna Cullinane, Charles A. Dana Center, University of Texas – AustinNicole Gray, Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of TeachingMalcolm Adams, University of GeorgiaTristan Denley, Tennessee Board of Regents
25One Semester Redesigned Gateway Extra Time45 minutes after classAdditional class periodsMandatory TutoringPaired proctored labsSequenced5 weeks prep plus 10 weeks gateway contentGateway
26One Semester Corequisite Results InstitutionSubjectTraditional ModelCorequisite ModelCC of Baltimore County Accelerated Learning ModelEnglish33%74%Austin Peay State University Structured Assistance49%70%Quantitative Reasoning11%78%Statistics8%65%
28One Year Corequisite Results Carnegie StatwaySuccess in gateway math within one academic yearTraditional Model: 5.9%Statway: %
29Aligned and Parallel Support in Technical Certificate Programs Technical ProgramMath and Language SkillsTennessee Colleges of Applied TechnologyWork Keys/KeytrainRequired, Proctored LabCompetency-based, Self-paced
3079% Graduation Rate All Complete Academic Support TCAT Results79% Graduation Rate All Complete Academic Support
31Corequisite PanelCarol Puryear, Tennessee College of Applied TechnologyPeter Adams, Accelerated Learning ProgramLoretta Griffy, Austin Peay State University
32Placement into gateway courses and programs of study
33Goal of Assessment Reform : More Students in Gateway Courses DON’T:Try to build the perfect testCreate a new system for sorting students into the same system of long remedial sequencesDO:Use assessment results to inform student choice and guide students into programs of studyDevelop tools to match students in the right courses with the right supports
34Plotting a Path to Programs of Study High school Performance(GPA/Senior Year Courses)Placement/Entrance Exams“Grit” questionnaireCareer/Academic Program Goal
35Current Model Enrolls Most Students into Remediation GatewayPercent of Students70%30%Student Data
36New Model Enrolls Most in College Test Prep or Technical CertificateGateway Course with Corequisite SupportGatewayPercent of Students10%60%30%Student Data
37Low Stakes – High Reward for Students Less than 2.0 HS GPA orACT Below 14 or Equivalent2.0 – 2.5 High School GPA or ACT or Equivalent2.5 High School GPA or ACT 19 or EquivalentPercent of Students10%60%30%Student Data
38Placement Panel Peter Adams, Accelerated Learning Project Tristan Denley, Tennessee Board of Regents
40Policy Panel Casey Sacks, Colorado Community College System Paula Myrick Short, University of Houston System
41Policy Objectives for Gateway Course Success Math pathways shall be aligned with programsGateway courses shall be the default placement for most studentsStudents requiring academic support shall receive it as a corequisite.Placement shall match students to the appropriate level of corequisite supportUtilize student success metrics to set performance benchmarks and create financial incentives to increase completion of gateway courses within one academic year