California Acceleration Project
California Community College Faculty Supporting Student-Centered Policy and Practice
CAP is a faculty-led network that supports California's 116 community colleges to transform English and math programs with the goal of achieving strong and equitable student outcomes. We work to ensure that policy and classroom practice help more students complete math and English requirements for a college degree.
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Featured Publications & Webinars
Webinar: Calculus I with corequisite, featuring Mt. SAC faculty, Lisa Morales and Paula Young
This webinar occurred on March 16 from 3-4:30. Mt. SAC has offered a corequisite for Calculus I for four years as an option for students deemed calculus ready who want extra support. With AB 1705 and the mandate for STEM students to begin in calculus, Mt. SAC is positioned to build
Report: Will AB 1705 Lead to Stronger and More Equitable Calculus Completion for the Business Major?
In light of AB 1705 mandates, this report examines how prerequisite requirements, corequisite options, and the discontinuation of remedial math are currently impacting equitable access to and completion of calculus for the business major. This analysis suggests that opportunities exist throughout California’s community colleges for increasing the volume and diversity
CAPacity Gazette October 2022- Supporting English Learners
This issue of the CAPacity Gazette focuses on curricular structures and classroom strategies that boost transfer-level English completion for English learners who seek a college degree.
Report: Nearly There Large Scale Improvements in Math Implementation of AB 705
This report analyzes Fall 2022 math class schedules at California’s 115 community colleges after an AB 705 implementation reset by the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s office.