Campus Notebook

KC hosts Transitional Math summit

Representatives from four local high schools joined Kishwaukee College staff on April 16 for a presentation by Kathy Almy, Illinois director for Transitional Math with the Northern Illinois University Center for P-20 Engagement, for a presentation on the new Transitional Math Program advocated by the Illinois Community College Board. Administrators, counselors and math faculty from DeKalb, Indian Creek, Rochelle Township and Sycamore high schools and Kish College learned more about the Transitional Math provisions under the Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness Act for evaluating math proficiency. The summit was designed to be the first step in co-development of the Transitional Math courses between Kish and the high schools within the college’s district. Pictured is Almy presenting the three Transitional Math coursework pathways.
Representatives from four local high schools joined Kishwaukee College staff on April 16 for a presentation by Kathy Almy, Illinois director for Transitional Math with the Northern Illinois University Center for P-20 Engagement, for a presentation on the new Transitional Math Program advocated by the Illinois Community College Board. Administrators, counselors and math faculty from DeKalb, Indian Creek, Rochelle Township and Sycamore high schools and Kish College learned more about the Transitional Math provisions under the Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness Act for evaluating math proficiency. The summit was designed to be the first step in co-development of the Transitional Math courses between Kish and the high schools within the college’s district. Pictured is Almy presenting the three Transitional Math coursework pathways.

Representatives from four local high schools joined Kishwaukee College staff on April 16 for a presentation by Kathy Almy, Illinois director for Transitional Math with the Northern Illinois University Center for P-20 Engagement, for a presentation on the new Transitional Math Program advocated by the Illinois Community College Board. Administrators, counselors and math faculty from DeKalb, Indian Creek, Rochelle Township and Sycamore high schools and Kish College learned more about the Transitional Math provisions under the Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness Act for evaluating math proficiency. The summit was designed to be the first step in co-development of the Transitional Math courses between Kish and the high schools within the college’s district. Pictured is Almy presenting the three Transitional Math coursework pathways.

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