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Defining the Math Crisis in Hawai‘i: Math Summit I (Abbreviated Presentation). CCAO Meeting October 22, 2008 Bachman Hall. ORIGINALLY PRESENTED: October 10, 2008 Windward Community College. In collaboration with : UH System Office of the Vice President for Academic Planning and Policy,

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Defining the math crisis in hawai i math summit i abbreviated presentation

Defining the Math Crisis in Hawai‘i: Math Summit I(Abbreviated Presentation)

CCAO Meeting

October 22, 2008

Bachman Hall

ORIGINALLY PRESENTED:

October 10, 2008

Windward Community College

In collaboration with:

UH System Office of the Vice President for Academic Planning and Policy,

UH System Office of the Vice President for Community Colleges

Hawai‘i P-20 Partnerships for Education

Hawai‘i Department of Education


Defining the math crisis in hawai i math summit i abbreviated presentation

CAREER

Career & College Ready

Living Wage

COLLEGE DEGREE

K-12

UHCC Remedial/Developmental

On-the-Job

CAREER


Defining the math crisis in hawai i math summit i abbreviated presentation

Many UH CC-bound HS grads need remedial or developmental courses in math – maybe Fall 2006 placement test data and enrollment data

Fall 06 Fall 07

Fall 06 Fall 07

WRITING

MATH

Note: Percentages may vary greatly due to lack of common placement/course numbering. Colleges currently define which group to count students in. Fall 2006 and 2007 data are as received from the colleges.

Source: UHCC Remedial Developmental Education Task Force


Doe raising mathematics preparation of all graduates

DOE raising mathematics preparation of all graduates

High school students may graduate in the following school years with courses as low as the following:

High schools students earning BOE Recognition Diploma will graduate with 4 credits and more rigorous math preparation:


Defining the math crisis in hawai i math summit i abbreviated presentation

How do we seamlessly transition “college ready” students into transfer-level courses?

CAREER

Career & College Ready

Living Wage

?

Gen Ed –Non-STEM Major

(Symbolic Reasoning?)

K-12

UH-CC Remediation

On-the-Job

111/112 – Elem Ed Math

140 – STEM


How close are we to a seamless pipeline

How close are we to a “seamless” pipeline?

Which courses lead to…

Math 22

Math 26

Math 100

?

Math 23

Math 73

Pre-Algebra

Phil 110

Math 24

Math 81

Algebra 1

Math 83

Math 25

Math 111

?

Geometry

Math 50 series

Math 140

?

Math 27

Math 83

Math 103

Algebra 2

Math 135

Trig/PreCalc

Math 140

AP Calculus

Math 205


Not enough students performing well in uh pipeline to higher level math courses

Not enough students performing well in UH pipeline to higher level math courses

Nots:

Courses selected are those with enrollment >500 for xx semesters (Fall 2005 to Spring 2008). Data combines enrollment across UH campuses and terms. “Success” is defined as a student earning a grade of A, B, or C in the course.


Defining the math crisis in hawai i math summit i abbreviated presentation

Only 1/5 of entering UHCC students successfully completed a remedial developmental math course in Fall 2006

Placement Results

Collegelevel(10%)

Did not take placement (29%)

5,538

Remedial / Developmental (61%)

Course Enrollments

3,375

Enrolled (61%)

Course Completions

Successfully completed (56%)

2,046

Note: The Achieving the Dream cohort includes entering (includes transfers), full and part time, degree seeking students.


Preparing hs grads to increase math achievement requires qualified and effective teachers

Preparing HS grads to increase math achievement requires qualified and effective teachers

CAREER

Career & College Ready

Living Wage

COLLEGE DEGREE

K-12

UH-CC Remediation

On-the-Job

CAREER


Hi projecting significant annual teacher vacancies and uh production falls short

HI projecting significant annual teacher vacancies and UH production falls short

Number of teachers statewide

Source: Economic Modeling Specialist Inc (EMSI), Spring 2008; MAPS Degrees & Certificates Earned, FY 2007–08.


In mathematics uh producing too few potential candidates to fill doe vacancies

In mathematics, UH producing too few potential candidates to fill DOE vacancies

Only 47.8% of secondary school math courses are taught by “highly qualified” teachers

39

28

27

27

20

Bachelor’s Degree Production in Math UH Mānoa and UH Hilo

Source: UH Institutional Research Office


Let s improve math achievement

Let’s improve math achievement!

  • Improve math pipeline leading to “career and college ready” math

  • Improve alignment of courses so that students transition smoothly between institutions and courses

  • Prepare more qualified and effective mathematics teachers/instructors


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