Date of Award
Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership
Educational Leadership and Curriculum
First Reader/Committee Chair
This study describes the partnership between an urban community college and seven high schools from its inception. The purpose of the partnership was to increase the number of high school seniors transitioning into college-level math courses through the college math readiness program, an existing community college intermediate algebra course. In addition to archival records and documents, college math faculty, high school math teachers, administrators and staff, and college students were interviewed for this study. Four major challenges were identified in the following areas: student recruitment process, data management, lack of information to students, and collaboration among math faculty and math teachers. Despite all challenges, the partnership and the college math readiness program was perceived by stakeholders to be a successful program for the students and the institutions involved.
Reyes, Ernesto Oscar, "COMMUNITY COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP: COLLEGE MATH READINESS PROGRAM" (2016). Electronic Theses, Projects, and Dissertations. 377.