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- Application Launched for the first year of the CUNY Tutor Corps September 2, 2016The CUNY Tutor Corps, which will bring undergraduate and graduate CUNY students into middle and high school classrooms as math and computer science tutors, just launched the application for its inaugural cohort. Tutors will begin with a two-week intensive training … Continue reading →Ashleigh Thompson
- Study considers effects of taking developmental math in college June 30, 2016Inside Higher Ed and the Washington Post are among the media taking note of a CUNY study published in the American Educational Research Association’s Evaluation and Policy Analysis journal this month. Congrats to CUNYMath Blog author Mari Watanabe-Rose, one of … Continue reading →Ashleigh Thompson
- Celebrating the 2016 CUNY Math Challenge June 20, 2016On Friday, May 13, 2016, the Office of Academic Affairs hosted a reception celebrating math education at CUNY and honoring the student winners of the 2016 CUNY Math Challenge. The Math Challenge, now in its seventh year, engages hundreds of … Continue reading →Alyssa Vine

- Application Launched for the first year of the CUNY Tutor Corps September 2, 2016

Thanks – I might bug you occasionally about plugins and whatnot. This will likely be a slow transfer over the coming weeks.

The eventual plan is to bring this together with Math Matters, yes, and have everyone math-oriented talking under one umbrella.

This is exciting to see, Michael. Please let me know whether the Development or Community teams on the Commons can help and/or advise you in any way as you transfer content and set up your community here.

Is this effort associated with the Math Matters group?