Changing the Equation: Redesigning Developmental Math
Changing the Equation is a major program to engage the nation’s community colleges in a successful redesign of their remedial/developmental math sequences. Institutions participating in the program will improve student learning outcomes while reducing costs for both students and institutions using NCAT's proven redesign methodology. Collectively, these 38 redesigns will impact more than 120,000 students annually.
Each participant in Changing the Equation will redesign its entire developmental math sequence--all sections of all developmental courses offered--using NCAT's Emporium Model and commercially available instructional software. Each redesign will modularize the curriculum, allowing students to progress through the developmental course sequence at a faster pace if possible or at a slower pace if necessary, spending the amount of time needed to master the course content. Institutions will pilot their redesign plans in spring 2011 and fully implement their plans in fall 2011.
Participating institutions and project contact information:
This project was sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
*This institution has withdrawn due to an inability to meet the program's requirements.