Improving math pass rates has never been easier. We’ll support you at every step for a successful implementation.
In Fall 2016, Arizona State University saw an increase of 670 more students pass College Algebra compared to Fall 2015. In just one semester, students saved over $1,000,000 in tuition and course fees! Watch the video to see their story.
Research from Milwaukee Area Tech, which matched students by age, race and placement test scores, showed that ALEKS students “had statistically significantly higher pass rates…achieving a boost of 15 points in pass rates.”
In 3 years, Cedar Valley College steadily improves student success in Elementary Algebra (17.7%), Intermediate Algebra (15.8%), and College Algebra (13.9%) despite changes in legislation and cut scores.
Hillsborough increases fall success rates by 9% and spring success rates by 20% in their first full year of implementing ALEKS in a traditional, face-to-face model.
Univ of Central Oklahoma’s co-req helps 25% more students accelerate and pass College Algebra in less time.
Washington State increases success rates over 20% when switching back to using ALEKS in College Algebra PreCalculus.
ALEKS boosts student confidence through personalized practice and periodic knowledge checks. This dynamic cycle of learning and assessment ensures that students remember topics that they have learned, are better prepared for exams, and ready for more as they continue into their next course.
We’re ready to assist with your implementation--just contact your McGraw-Hill Learning Representative. To give you an idea of how we approach implementation, we’ve created a playbook which provides examples of how a variety of higher education institutions successfully use ALEKS to enhance their classroom. Each example highlights a course format, implementation, and the role ALEKS plays for students and instructors, both inside and outside the classroom.
INXPO Virtual Webinar:
Closing the Gap: Supporting Underprepared Students with ALEKS
featuring Best Practices from 6 instructors
Date: Friday, Nov 2nd, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm EST
Keynote Speaker: Erin White, STEMconnector
Senior Director, Product Development and Research Author
State of STEM: Defining the Landscape to Determine High-Impact Pathways for the Future Workforce