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To provide support for two technical assistance offerings (District-Wide Scaling and Board Development) to improve implementation of Guided Pathways at colleges and districts participating in the California Guided Pathways Project.
To support the American Institutes for Research’s development of case studies that will inform quality improvement processes around the sharing and use of data at Fresno and Sacramento Unified School Districts to affect policies and practices that will improve students’ preparation for postsecondary education.
To support a planning process to strengthen curricular alignment from high school through Associate Degrees for Transfer and Baccalaureate attainment by improving students’ pathway through the Kern High School District, Bakersfield College and CSU Bakersfield.
To develop and begin implementation of a comprehensive Fresno Region College Pipeline Plan in partnership with community stakeholders.
To continue mission of financial aid information distribution to students and families residing in the five county target area of Shasta, Siskiyou, Modoc, Trinity and Tehama counties.
To support Educators for Fair Consideration in launching the California Campus Catalyst Fund, which will provide services to undocumented students and their families to strengthen college completion for undocumented students in California’s public higher education campuses.
To provide planning and facilitation support to the Kern Pledge, a partnership involving the county’s educational systems to improved post-secondary completion among Kern county students.
Support to EdSource to expand research and production of journalistic content on higher education, including: an experienced journalist dedicated to covering higher education, editorial oversight, and outreach targeting policymakers and postsecondary influentials.
To support Education Results Partnership’s continued work with 3 California State University campuses to pilot and validate the use of multiple measures for assessing and placing students into courses, and to expand the work to 2-3 additional campuses.
To support the redesign of CCCApply to transform the student user experience through student-centered design informed by behavioral science in order to facilitate the successful implementation of Guided Pathways tailored to students’ postsecondary aspirations.