We work to ensure that the dream of a seamless educational pathway to opportunity becomes a reality for the diverse students of California.
Our new strategy enables student success by catalyzing systemic, sustainable changes through Student-centric Practices, Leadership & Governance, and Finance & Affordability.
Supporting students’ pursuit of a bachelor’s degree requires the combined and coordinated efforts of multiple institutions along the way.
We work in partnership with leaders and organizations across the state to catalyze systemic changes that enable low-income young people of color to attain degrees and achieve success in college and in life.
We Must Close College Counseling’s Equity Gap hechingerreport.org/opinion-c…
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Inspiring call to "re-ground our assumptions about what math students should learn, how they can learn it and who can learn math." twitter.com/PamelaBurdman/…
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"A 4th year of high school math for CSU admissions? Just the idea triggers debate. More math may boost CSU graduation rates but critics fear it keeps students out." Thought-provoking piece by @LarryJayGordon at @EdSource edsource.org/2019/a-4th-yea… #collegeforall #CAHigherEd
As equity gaps persist, educators in CA are asking, “How can we make our school a place where all students can thrive and succeed?” @CCEALab on improving institutional practices in @CalCommColleges: bit.ly/2WVf2Jb @DrLukeWood @Fharris3 @mvasquez619 #edequity #colleges
When we work together with partners like @IrvineFdn and our passionate and tirelessly student-focused grantees, powerful possibilities open up. twitter.com/IrvineFdn/stat…
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