The decision comes after CSU delayed a vote to add a quantitative reasoning course — in addition to 3 years of math — as an admission requirement.
A fourth course of high school math could be calculus, computer science, statistics, business math to fill possible extra CSU entrance requirement.
Faculty wants a one-year delay to discuss reforms that include dropping no-credit remedial classes and allowing students to fulfill math requirements that don't need Algebra II skills.
Co-requisite courses combine college and remedial level material, give more class time and offer more tutoring. More colleges in California and other states are expected to introduce them.
Free summer programs help kids struggling in math get a head start on algebra and geometry.
The program is attempting to alleviate a persistent achievement gap.