College Readiness in Math Symposium

The College Readiness in Math Symposium is intended to give high school and college mathematics educators a chance to discuss concerns, best practices, and shared goals. Panel discussions will include high school practitioners, professors who teach math, and those who support students in the transition from high school to college.

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  • What do students need to be successful in gateway college-level math courses?
  • How should students be engaging with these topics and practices at the high school level? What will the expectations be at the college level? How do expectations vary across different higher ed institutions?
  • How can we engage students in problem solving and mathematical communication while meeting standards and requirements?

This symposium is targeted for anyone who is interested in discussing what it means to prepare (K-16) children for college.

College Readiness in Math Symposium Participant Testimonial

"High-level math is more about processing mathematics than checking off standards."


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