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
Presentation by Education Equity Solutions on their report Counting on Math Faculty: Examining the Role of Faculty and Instructional Practices in Students’ Gateway Math Success
Cuyamaca College is preparing for a fall 2023 roll-out of a corequisite course linked to STEM Calculus I. The corequisite will be an option for students who are eligible to take Precalculus. In this webinar, Cuyamaca math faculty will share their current plans, including Prep modules and an OER Canvas-based calculus text
This webinar occurred on April 14, 2023. Mt. SAC professors, Lisa Morales and Paula Young, guided us through the process they used to design a corequisite for Calculus I. Topics included backwards design, integrating precalculus skills just-in-time, and equity-minded instructional practices.
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