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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 continuing implementation of the Community Philanthropy Initiative’s learning agenda with a focus on community leadership and its manifestations in the different community foundation contexts this year.
To provide technical assistance to improve student advising structures at Norco College and Reedley College in order to successfully implement Guided Pathways.
To support technical assistance to the Growing Inland Achievement board to develop its governance structure and decision-making protocols that facilitate success in reaching its goals for bachelor degree completion among the region’s students.
To provide project management support for the expansion of the Transition to College Math and Statistics (TCMS) course in LAUSD including technical assistance for implementation and use of research to improve district-wide expansion efforts.
To support The Mathematics of Opportunity (TMO) project to guide effective, equity-minded implementation of reforms in mathematics placement and assessment in order to improve student success in college.
To support a planning process towards a three-year strategic plan for strengthening the knowledge and capacities of College for All Coalition members in LA, Inland Empire and the San Joaquin Valley
To provide data-focused technical assistance to community foundations participating in College Futures Foundation’s Community Philanthropy Initiative.
Planning grant to support the work necessary to formalize the Fullerton Higher Education Pathway Partnership, a collaboration among California State University Fullerton, Fullerton College, and the Fullerton Joint Union High School District.
To support the Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund (LASIF) in strengthening the capacity of local college guidance programs and engaging donors to increase college preparation and bachelor’s degree completion for low income students in Los Angeles, and support strategies to serve young men of color.