Peer Review, Summer, 2014

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Quantitative Reasoning

Quantitative reasoning skills―the habit of mind, competency, and comfort in working with numerical data—are crucial for all students, not just math majors.  By examining this topic through multiple lenses, this issue will demonstrate why quantitative reasoning is a necessary outcome for twenty-first- century college graduates.

Table of Contents
From the Editor

By Shelley Johnson Carey


Susan Elrod, interim provost and vice president for academic affairs, California State University–Chico

Bernard L. Madison, professor of mathematics, University of Arkansas; and David Deville, graduate student in mathematics, University of Arkansas


David F. Brakke and Linda Cabe Halpern; both of James Madison University

Jennifer Berg, Lisa M. Grimm, Danielle Wigmore, and Christopher K. Cratsley, all of Fitchburg State University; Ruth C. Slotnick, Bridgewater State University; and  Susan Taylor, Mount Wachusett Community College

AAC&U's Quantitative Literacy VALUE Rubric.

Allison Henrich and Jeffrey Anderson; both of Seattle University

Reality Check

Nathan Grawe, Carleton College

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