About Us

The Strategic Taskforce to Accelerate Mathematics Pathways (STAMP) is a group of Alabama teachers, mathematicians, teacher educators, administrators, guidance counselors, business people, and others who are working to improve the mathematical success of Alabama’s students by ensuring pathways from high school mathematics through beginning postsecondary education or entry into the workforce.

STAMP is one of 32 state teams participating in the “High School to College Mathematics Pathways: Preparing Students for the Future” initiative of the Conference Board of Mathematical Science. Click for more information.


Timeline

  • May 2019 — Attended the CBMS Forum in Reston, VA.
  • August 2019 — First meeting of the Taskforce
  • November 2019 — Convening of stakeholders
  • February 2020 — Meeting of the Taskforce
  • May 2020 (tentative) — Second convening
  • August 2020 — Meeting of the Taskforce
  • October 2020 — Final recommendations presented to stakeholders
  • October 2020 — Second CBMS Forum

Leadership Team Members

Calvin Briggs, Southern Center for Broadening Participation in STEM
Jim Gleason, University of Alabama
Debra Gosha, Alabama State Department of Education
Weymon Holloway, Lawson State University
Catherine Jones, Alabama State Department of Education
Drew Lewis, University of South Alabama
W. Gary Martin, Auburn University
Marilyn Strutchens, Auburn University

Taskforce Members

Derallus Davis, McAdory High School (Jefferson County)
Tammy Dunn, A+ Education Partnership
Elizabeth Hammonds, Alabama Mathematics, Science, and Technology Initiative (AMSTI)
Robin McGill, Alabama Commission on Higher Education
Charles Nash, University of Alabama System
Jayne A. Meyer, Alabama State Department of Education
Vicky Olson, Alabama Community College System
Sydney Raine, Southwest Alabama Partnership for Training and Employment
Callie Raspberry, Brooks High School (Lauderdale County)
Keith Sessions, Alabama Articulation and General Studies Committee 
Calvin McTier, Alabama State University
Brenda Terry, Alabama Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education Coalition
Joel White, AMSTI-University of North Alabama
Vic Wilson, Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools



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