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The purpose of the Developmental Mathematics ANet of AMATYC is to improve the quality of developmental mathematics programs in colleges by providing a forum for the exchange of ideas.
In addition, the Developmental Mathematics ANet strives to

  • Provide opportunities for professional development on proven practice for developmental mathematics faculty;
  • Share best practices for curriculum and instruction that promote successful matriculation into gateway college mathematics courses and other courses requiring quantitative tools;
  • Increase involvement with national policy-making boards on issues related to college-readiness;
  • Strengthen connections with other professional organizations regarding concerns of developmental mathematics; and
  • Communicate the issues of developmental mathematics reform and the consequences of recent state-required mandates.

Chair: Kim Granger (KGranger@stlcc.edu)
AMATYC Board Liaison:  Alvina Atkinson (aatkinso@ggc.edu)
                                           AMATYC Southeast Vice President

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  • AMATYC 2022 Proposal Deadline is February 1, 2022!

    The deadline to submit a proposal for the 2022 AMATYC Conference in Toronto is coming up on February 1.  The Developmental Math A-Net Members always have FABULOUS ideas to share.  I hope you will consider ... Read More

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