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Quantitative Reasoning in the Contemporary World (QRCW)
The ability to reason about issues that mix words and numbers is now an essential competency for US residents. The proliferation of quantitative data and analyses has reached all aspects of life in the US, ...

College Algebra in Context: A Learner-centered Approach Incorporating Data-driven Activities Related to Social Issues
In this project, we developed materials designed for use in a learner-centered, inquiry-intensive, data-driven, activity-oriented college algebra course, incorporating realistic problem situations emphasizing ...

TeachingwithData.org: Pathway to Quantitative Literacy in the Social Sciences
TeachingwithData.org will be a virtual repository of educational materials designed to improve quantitative literacy skills for students in social science courses. Built especially for faculty teaching ...

The Math You Need, When You Need It
Resources For Students in Introductory Geoscience Eric Baer, Highline Community College, and Jennifer M. Wenner, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Funding provided by NSF Grant Numbers DUE-633755 and DUE-633402 (Dec ...

Developing a National Model for a College-level Introductory Sociology Course
Caroline Hodges Persell, New York University Program Website Impetus: In 2001, the elected Council of the American Sociological Association (ASA) launched a Task Force with the goal of creating a curriculum for an ...