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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Workshop Agenda." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Increasing Student Success in Developmental Mathematics: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25547.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Workshop Agenda." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Increasing Student Success in Developmental Mathematics: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25547.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Workshop Agenda." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Increasing Student Success in Developmental Mathematics: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25547.
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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Workshop Agenda." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Increasing Student Success in Developmental Mathematics: Proceedings of a Workshop. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25547.
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PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS Appendix A Workshop Agenda Increasing Success in Developmental Mathematics: A Workshop Lecture Room, NAS Building 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20418 DAY 1: Monday, March 18 8:15 am Check-in, Breakfast and Coffee Available 9:00 am Welcome and Introductions Heidi Schweingruber, Director, Board on Science Education Howard Gobstein, Chair, Executive Vice President of Research, Innovation and STEM Policy, Association of Public & Land-grant Universities (APLU) 9:15 am Panel Discussion: The Importance of Mathematics Education Moderator: Linda Braddy, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Tarrant County College and Past Deputy Executive Director, Mathematical Association of America (MAA) Panelists: Mark Green, Professor, University of California, Los Angeles, and Member, Board on Mathematical Sciences and Analytics Nicole Smith, Research Professor and Chief Economist, Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce 44 Paula Wilhite, Professor, Northeast Texas Community College and Chair of Developmental Mathematics Committee, American Mathematical Association of Two- Year Colleges (AMATYC) 9:50 am Questions from the Audience 10:00 am The Current Landscape of Strategies to Improve Developmental Mathematics Education Note: Full commissioned paper for this presentation is available on the project webpage. Elizabeth Zachry Rutschow, Senior Research Associate, MDRC 10:30 am Questions from the Audience Moderator: Tatiana Melguizo, Associate Professor, University of Southern California 10:45 am Interactive Break Using Post-It notes provided, (1) identify other models and approaches that have not been highlighted or (2) describe an approach that you think the field should try in order to increase student success in developmental or introductory mathematics. 11:00 am Educational Equity and Mathematics Reform 44 Unable to attend. 60

PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS Moderator: James Dorsey, President and CEO, College Success Foundation Panelists: Aditya Adiredja, Assistant Professor, University of Arizona Pamela Burdman, Senior Project Director, The Opportunity Institute Maxine Roberts, Assistant Director of Knowledge Management for Strong Start to Finish, Education Commission of the States Joanna Sánchez, Program Manager, Excelencia in Education 11:45 am Questions and Commentary from the Audience 12:00 pm Lunch 1:15 pm Student Demographics and Course-taking Experiences in Developmental Mathematics Note: Full commissioned paper for this presentation is available on the project webpage. Michelle Hodara, Manager of Research and Evaluation, Education Northwest 1:45 pm Questions from the Audience Moderator: Tatiana Melguizo, University of Southern California 2:00 pm Digging into Data About Students’ Experiences: Deepening Understandings of What Works for Whom Note: Short papers are available on the project webpage as background to each presentation. Moderator: Susan Bickerstaff, Senior Research Associate, Community College Research Center at Teachers College, Columbia University Panelists: Angela Boatman, Assistant Professor, Vanderbilt University Toby Park-Gaghan, Associate Professor, Florida State University 2:35 pm Questions from the Audience 2:45 pm Panelists: John Hetts, Senior Director of Data Science, Education Results Partnership Lauren Schudde, Assistant Professor, The University of Texas at Austin 3:15 pm Questions from the Audience 3:35 pm Break 3:50 pm Open Discussion and Reflections Facilitator: Julie Phelps, Professor, Valencia College, East Campus 4:15 pm Reflections from the Sponsor Amy Kerwin, Vice President, Ascendium Education Group 4:25 pm Day 1 Wrap Up and Looking Ahead to Day 2 4:30 pm Adjourn to Networking Hour (light refreshments available) 61

PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS DAY 2: Tuesday, March 19 8:30 am Breakfast and Coffee Available 9:00 am Welcome to Day 2 Howard Gobstein, APLU 9:10 am Summary of Day 1 Interactive Break Discussant: Susan Bickerstaff, Community College Research Center at Teachers College, Columbia University 9:20 am Promising Models for Change Note: Short papers are available on the project webpage as background to each presentation. Moderator: Tristan Denley, Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Chief Academic Officer, University System of Georgia Panelists: Amy Getz, Manager, Systems Implementation for Higher Education, Charles A. Dana Center Jeanette Kim, Interim University Assistant Dean, Prematriculation Programs and Program Assessment, City University of New York Karon Klipple, Executive Director, Carnegie Math Pathways, WestEd 10:15 am Questions and Commentary from the Audience 10:35 am Coffee Break 10:50 am Synergy of Math Reform Efforts and Overall Strategies to Transform Undergraduate Education Moderator: Philip Uri Treisman, Professor, Charles A. Dana Center, The University of Texas at Austin Panelists: Nyema Mitchell, Senior Program Manager, Jobs for the Future Rahim Rajan, Deputy Director, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation 11:30 am Questions and Commentary from the Audience 11:50 am Instructions for Small Group Work 12:00 pm Lunch 12:30 pm Move into Small Groups Over Lunch 1:30 pm Building Capacity to Meet the Needs of Students Moderator: Vilma Mesa, Associate Professor, University of Michigan Panelists: Christine Brongniart, Interim ASAP University Executive Director, City University of New York April Strom, Professor, Chandler–Gilbert Community College and AMATYC Karon Klipple, Carnegie Math Pathways, WestEd 62

PREPUBLICATION COPY: UNCORRECTED PROOFS 2:10 pm Questions and Commentary from the Audience 2:30 pm Break 2:45 pm Panel Discussion: Vision for the Future Moderator: Howard Gobstein, APLU Panelists: Linda Braddy, Tarrant County College Tristan Denley, University System of Georgia Tatiana Melguizo, University of Southern California Philip Uri Treisman, The University of Texas at Austin 45 3:20 pm Questions from the Audience 3:35 pm Open Final Reflections from the Audience Facilitator: Howard Gobstein, APLU 3:50 pm Reflections from the Committee Chair 4:00 pm Adjourn 45 Julie Phelps, Valencia College, replaced Treisman as a panelist for this discussion during the workshop. 63

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The Board on Science Education and the Board on Mathematical Sciences and Analytics of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine convened the Workshop on Increasing Student Success in Developmental Mathematics on March 18-19, 2019. The Workshop explored how to best support all students in postsecondary mathematics, with particular attention to students who are unsuccessful in developmental mathematics and with an eye toward issues of access to promising reforms and equitable learning environments.

The two-day workshop was designed to bring together a variety of stakeholders, including experts who have developed and/or implemented new initiatives to improve the mathematics education experience for students. The overarching goal of the workshop was to take stock of the mathematics education community's progress in this domain. Participants examined the data on students who are well-served by new reform structures in developmental mathematics and discussed various cohorts of students who are not currently well served - those who even with access to reforms do not succeed and those who do not have access to a reform due to differential access constraints. Throughout the workshop, participants also explored promising approaches to bolstering student outcomes in mathematics, focusing especially on research and data that demonstrate the success of these approaches; deliberated and discussed barriers and opportunities for effectively serving all students; and outlined some key directions of inquiry intended to address the prevailing research and data needs in the field. This publication summarizes the presentations and discussion of the workshop.

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