Launched in 2011, the Carnegie Foundation's Statway program is "focused on statistics, data analysis and quantitative reasoning." The program is designed as a one-year pathway for community college students concentrated on statistical content. Visitors to the site can take advantage of some fine resources, which include panel discussions, lectures, reports, essays, and information about the program's design principles. In the Readings, Reports, Essays area, visitors can read items like "Getting Ideas Into Action: Building Networked Improvement Communities in Education" and "Making Math a Gateway, Not a Gatekeeper." Moving on, the Videos area includes remarks by Carnegie President Anthony Bryk, along with information panel discussions on quantitative literacy, student success, and other topics. The site is rounded out by several documents that detail the philosophical and pedagogical principles that inform this ambitious project.


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