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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,

UH System Office of the Vice President for Community Colleges

Hawai‘i P-20 Partnerships for Education

Hawai‘i Department of Education

Career & College Ready

Living Wage

COLLEGE DEGREE

K-12

UHCC Remedial/Developmental

On-the-Job

CAREER

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 courses in math – maybe Fall 2006 placement test data and enrollment data

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:

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? into transfer-level courses?

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

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.

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

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

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

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! fill DOE vacancies

- 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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