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Traditional NSHE Curriculum Math 95 Elementary Algebra Heads Up! PeopleSoft Allows Various Ways to Stop Leaks In This Pipe 20% Math 96 Intermediate Algebra Math 120 Math and Stat for Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Journalism Secondary Ed BA Some Health Sciences Math 126 College Algebra All higher math and stat STEM 80% Business Nursing Elementary Ed Some Health Sciences Math 96=Prerequisite to All Gateway Math? 2/3 of Math 96 content is not needed for success in Math 120 Providing alternative route to Math 120 improves success for Liberal Arts students allows a more focused and effective route for remedial students into College Algebra students who complete Math 96 now have 70% success rate in Math 126 Both Groups of Students Benefit Co-requisite Model Foundation Needed for both College Algebra and Math 120 Needed for College Algebra, but not Math 120 How Co-req. Model Classes Work ACT=19, SAT=470, ACC EA=76, Math 95 Elementary Algebra Or NSHE CORE GPA=3.5 Math 96 OR Math 120E + Math 96A 4 credits ACT=20, SAT=480, ACC CLM=30, or Math 96A • Math 126E + Math 96D 5 credits Fall 2013 Remedially-Placed Cohort (all, not just freshmen) 400 70% 56% 350 94% ABCD 300 81% ABC 90% ABCD Pass Rate 200 Did Not Pass Before Spring Failed Fall, Passed WM 150 Passed in Fall 250 100 50 0 95 96 120E 126E Fall Math Class Fall 2013 Remedially-Placed Cohort (all 870, not just freshmen) 400 34% of Cohort Earned College Credit in Fall Via 120E & 126E 350 300 200 Did Not Pass Before Spring Failed Fall, Passed WM 150 Passed in Fall 250 100 50 0 95 96 120E 126E Fall Math Class Overall Success 2012-2013 Large scale pilot of 120E and 126E, without Math 95 prerequisite for Math 96 and 120E 80% of remedially-placed freshmen earned college credit in first year 2013-2014 Systematic placement yielded higher enrollments Pass rates >90% in 120E, 80% in 126E Fine-tuning placement in Math 95 vs Math 96 OR 120E Biggest Challenges: Staffing and $$ Student/Teacher Ratio Smaller to Support Remedial Students Credit Bearing Means State Funded LOA Positions Have 12 Credit Limit 5+5+?=12 5+?+?=12 Lecturers Can Teach 15, 16, 20 Credits (with overload), But That’s More Expensive Conclusions Success Rates of Freshmen with ACT 19-21 or Math 95 in Math 120E+96A ACT 20-21 in Math 126E+96D Are as High as Those of Freshmen with ACT >=22 in Math120 and 126 Math 95 Provides Common Foundation for Weakest Students PeopleSoft Provides Multiple Tools to Insure Students Stay on Math Track HS GPA Provides Useful Additional Placement For Math 95 vs 96 Fall Enrollment of Remedially-placed Students (all, not just freshmen) Remedial Enrollment Math 126E 23% Math 120E 13% Math 96 27% Math 95 37% Spring Enrollment of Fall 2013 Cohort Already Completed Gateway 31% Math 95 15% Math 96 23% Math 120/126 18% Math 120E/126E 13%