The Charles A. Dana Center’s Launch Years initiative is designed to bring together leading experts in the field of mathematics education to develop new and innovative approaches to teaching math during the final two years of high school and the first two years of college. One of the first major results of this work was the creation of Launch Years: A New Vision for the Transition from High School to Postsecondary Mathematics, a major-release report and position paper.
To promote the release of this report and provide a means for users to receive it, I designed a landing page providing context around the report, links to other relevant Dana Center and Launch Years materials, and a form to collect basic information from users (name, email address, affiliation) to allow the Dana Center Communications team to build our email lists for continued marketing for Launch Years and other projects.
Visit the Launch Years report landing page at www.launchyearsreport.org/vision.
See the “overview” video I produced for the Launch Years initiative:
Watch “Rethinking the Role of Math” a series of interview videos I produced featuring mathematics education experts involved in the Launch Years initiative: