Participants in the League for Innovation’s Significant Discussions Project discuss the project’s guide for aligning secondary and postsecondary curriculum and their experiences in aligning high school and college-level math curriculum. Significant Discussions is based on the premise that curriculum alignment can help ease the transition from high school to college and reduce the need for developmental education among recent high school graduates. For more information about the project and to access project resources, visit www.league.org/significantdiscussions.
· Cynthia Wilson, Vice President for Learning and Research, League for Innovation in the Community College
· Shana Neeley, Math Curriculum Coach, Mathematics, Central Piedmont Community College (North Carolina)
· Bruce Johnson, Division Director, Mathematics Division, Central Piedmont Community College (North Carolina)
· Ted Coe, Mathematics Professor, Scottsdale Community College Mathematics Chair, Maricopa Math Instructional Council Chair, Maricopa Community Colleges (Arizona)
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