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First-Year Courses for Undeclared Students: Using Civic Engagement and Partners to Enhance Quantitative Reasoning . Rob Catlett Department of Math, Computer Science, and Economics Stacey Braun Student Advising Center.

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First-Year Courses for Undeclared Students: Using Civic Engagement and Partners to Enhance Quantitative Reasoning

rob catlett department of math computer science and economics stacey braun student advising center

Rob CatlettDepartment of Math, Computer Science, and Economics Stacey Braun Student Advising Center

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Student learning in mathematical and quantitative reasoning is among the most daunting challenges many universities face, especially for students with weak mathematical backgrounds. According to ACT, only twenty-four percent of ACT-tested 2010 high school students met or exceeded college readiness benchmarks in all four areas; the percentage of high school graduates poised to succeed in mathematics and science is the lowest with only forty-three and twenty-nine percent respectively.

Student learning in mathematical and quantitative reasoning is among the most daunting challenges many universities face, especially for students with weak mathematical backgrounds. According to ACT, only twenty-four percent of ACT-tested 2010 high school students met or exceeded college readiness benchmarks in all four areas; the percentage of high school graduates poised to succeed in mathematics and science is the lowest with only forty-three and twenty-nine percent respectively.

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Student learning in mathematical and quantitative reasoning is among the most daunting challenges many universities face, especially for students with weak mathematical backgrounds. According to ACT, only twenty-four percent of ACT-tested 2010 high school students met or exceeded college readiness benchmarks in all four areas; the percentage of high school graduates poised to succeed in mathematics and science is the lowest with only forty-three and twenty-nine percent respectively.

Student learning in mathematical and quantitative reasoning is among the most daunting challenges many universities face, especially for students with weak mathematical backgrounds. According to ACT, only twenty-four percent of ACT-tested 2010 high school students met or exceeded college readiness benchmarks in all four areas; the percentage of high school graduates poised to succeed in mathematics and science is the lowest with only forty-three and twenty-nine percent respectively.

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Student learning in mathematical and quantitative reasoning is among the most daunting challenges many universities face, especially for students with weak mathematical backgrounds. According to ACT, only twenty-four percent of ACT-tested 2010 high school students met or exceeded college readiness benchmarks in all four areas; the percentage of high school graduates poised to succeed in mathematics and science is the lowest with only forty-three and twenty-nine percent respectively.

Student learning in mathematical and quantitative reasoning is among the most daunting challenges many universities face, especially for students with weak mathematical backgrounds. According to ACT, only twenty-four percent of ACT-tested 2010 high school students met or exceeded college readiness benchmarks in all four areas; the percentage of high school graduates poised to succeed in mathematics and science is the lowest with only forty-three and twenty-nine percent respectively.

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Linkage Studies Are Used to Access Student Progress: ESU Math and Quantitative Reasoning (Before 2003-6)
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Questions & CommentsRob CatlettDepartment of Math, Computer Science, and Economicsrcatlett@emporia.eduStacey Braun Student Advising Centersbraun@emporia.edu