Stakeholders Across Central Texas Gather to Align Math Course-Taking

E3 Alliance and the Charles A. Dana Center at The University of Texas at Austin hosted the Central Texas Math Summit on November 1, 2019. Stakeholders from K-12 institutions and Institutions of Higher Education (IHE) gathered for this one-day event to focus on aligning math course-taking patterns as students move from middle school to high school and into college. Presentations throughout the day recapped the important work of the Central Texas Math Alignment Taskforce, as well as K-12 districts and IHEs across the region and state. Breakout sessions provided opportunities to dig into data, learn from others in similar roles, and plan with one’s own team and leadership.

Click here for the full presentation.

Click here for regional math data from 2018, including high school and middle school math course taking as well as socio-demographic patterns.

Click here for the comprehensive report “Emerging Solutions – It Takes a Village: Central Texas Mathematics Alignment Taskforce.”

E3 Presenters: Susan Dawson, President and Executive Director, E3 Alliance; Caitlin Hamrock, PhD, Director of Research, E3 Alliance; and Maria Arabbo, Community Solutions Coordinator, E3 Alliance.