Postsecondary Enrollment Dashboard

Postsecondary Enrollment, Utah High School Graduating Class of 2008-2012 Students who graduated from a Utah public high school from 2008-2012 and enrolled in a postsecondary institution within 12 months of their high school graduation. For more information visit udrc.utah.gov  

Math for America

The UEPC served as the external evaluator for the University of Utah Math for America (MfA) program, which received funding from the National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teaching Scholarship Program, the Math for America Foundation, and the State of Utah. The purpose of this evaluation was to determine the...

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Initiative to bring Science Programs to the Incarcerated (INSPIRE)

The UEPC served as the external evaluator for the  INSPIRE project run by the University of Utah Center for Science and Mathematics Education (CSME), in partnership with the Salt Lake County Metro Jail and the Utah Department of Corrections. The purpose of the evaluation is to document the impact of...

Concurrent Enrollment and the STEM Pipeline

As a follow up to our Math 1050: College Algebra study, the UEPC analyzed data from the Utah Data Alliance to compare math outcomes for 593 students who took Math 1050 and Math 1060 (Precalculus) through concurrent enrollment while in high school to math outcomes for 592 students who took Math...

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Math 1050: Utah’s College Algebra

The UEPC analyzed data from the Utah Data Alliance to identify a group of 3,033 students who enrolled in College Algebra (Math 1050) at public higher education institutions in Utah. The study analyzed factors that predicted success in Math 1050. Findings of this study indicated that students enrolled in Math 1050 for...

College Algebra Research Brief

Chronic Absenteeism

The UEPC conducted analyses of the demographic and academic correlates of chronic absenteeism in K-12. A student was considered chronically absent if he or she missed school 10 percent of the time, or more, for any reasons. Findings presented in the brief showed that: Homelessness and mobility were the...

Chronic Absenteeism Research Brief