Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

For A Regional Pilot Of The Statway Network Improvement Community

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    24 Months
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The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching (CFAT) seeks to expand Statway—a remedial math program focused on statistics, data analysis, and quantitative reasoning—to the Bay Area. This one-year pathway culminating in college-level statistics is structured to serve students planning to transfer to four-year institutions and continue further studies in humanities or social sciences. Working with faculty from its national network of colleges and universities, CFAT will train and support large numbers of faculty to reliably enact Statway. By the end of the grant term, CFAT will have developed a regional Bay Area network of six community colleges and state universities where Statway will be institutionalized. This faculty network will be poised to move the program to full scale within their respective institutions and to support its expansion statewide in California.
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