Mathematics Advisory Group (MAG)

The establishment of the Mathematics Advisory Group in 2016 marked the evolution of TPSE Math from information-gathering activities toward a more action-oriented role. With the TPSE board, MAG members are leading the effort to carry out, scale up, and evaluate the effectiveness of major reforms.

MAG Members

MAG Members grouped by TPSE priority

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Inaugural MAG Meeting, March 2016

    Resources (compiled for panels; see also TPSE Links)

     TPSE Math Overview (Phillip Griffiths)
               
     Panel 1: Expanded Workforce Demand for Quantitative/Math Skills
     
Handout - Anthony Carnevale

     Panel 2: Growing Demand for Quantitative Skills in Other Disciplines
     The Mathematical Sciences in 2025
     Fueling Innovation and Discovery: The Mathematical Sciences in the 21st Century

     Panel 3: Lessons from Postsecondary Reform in Other STEM Disciplines   
     Panel slides (combined)
     History of RUME (Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education)
     Bioscience education resources
     Engineering education resources
     Geosciences education resources

     History of Geoscience Education Research & Reform
     Physics education resources

     Panel 4: Role and Perspectives of Administrators
     
Common Vision report

     Panel 5: New Pathways  
     
Colorado Math Pathways Task Force (Allison slides)
     Colorado Math Pathways Task Force Final Report
     Co-requisite Instruction in the Tennessee Board of Regents (Denley slides)
     Data Science at Macalester College (Saxe slides)
     Macalester College data science minor (flyer)        
     Ohio Mathematics Initiative (Younker slides)
     Dana Center Resources:
       A Call to Action to Improve Math Placement Policies & Processes
       Modernizing Mathematics Pathways
       Improving Undergrad Math: Progress from State Math Task Forces
       A Call to Action to Expand Access to Statistics
       An Overview of the New Mathways Project
       Prerequisites for Success in Introductory Statistics