A six-part webinar series to demonstrate new approaches to cultivating diversity and equity in the college admission process and enhance conversations among college admission counseling professionals to prepare for a possible adverse ruling from the Supreme Court in the SFFA v. Harvard/UNC race-conscious admission cases. The webinar series is designed to share research-informed, promising practices from institutions and schools, including a focus on practices in states currently practicing “race-neutral” admissions. A curricular guide will be provided, including segments from The Playbook (2d ed.); relevant amicus briefs filed before the U.S. Supreme Court (filed by the University of Michigan and UC System Leaders); and published research reports (to be named).
Webinar 3: Challenging Assumptions – Calculus and math pathways
Date and time will be announced soon.
A panel of experts in mathematics curricula and admission will share groundbreaking information about math pathways and debunk myths about the preeminence of calculus in the math ‘hierarchy.’ Broadening our understanding of math proficiency is an important step toward greater equity in college admission.