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October 22, 2019

LAist

SoCal Professors Push To Make College-Level Statistics Less Painful

In 2003, UC Irvine Statistics Professor Jessica Utts has been calling for statistics curriculum reform for decades. She was inspired, in part, by the college experiences of her mother and her sister.

“They had really opposite experiences,” she said. “My mother had a wonderful experience because it was taught by someone who knew what that particular group of people needed. Whereas my sister had a horrible experience. It was taught as a formula-based course. Like it was a math course.”

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SoCal Professors Push To Make College-Level Statistics Less Painful

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