Each semester more than 15,000 students take remedial Elementary Algebra CUNY-wide. Unfortunately, fewer than 45% of these students pass the course. As a result, there is significant interest in improving these outcomes. This talk will highlight a small, but growing pilot aimed at improving the learning opportunities for these students. Maple T.A. is a fundamental component of this pilot that also features a new Open Educational Resource textbook, My Math GPS: Elementary Algebra Guided Problem Solving, and carefully aligned assessments. Based on preliminary analyses, the odds of passing the course in this pilot are three times the odds as other students. This talk will highlight a use of Maple T.A. applicable to any instructor who wishes to help their students turn assessments into enriching learning opportunities. Jonathan Cornick and Karan Puri are collaborators on this project.