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Support for Inside California Education’s three 30-minute special series focused on the California community colleges’ role in student equity.
To leverage the expertise of four national leaders to support Riverside Community College District in designing a strategy to scale adoption of the Guided Pathways model across the region.
To strengthen the capacity of Alliance for a Better Community to engage young people, parents and other community members in efforts to promote practices in Southeast Los Angeles’ high school and postsecondary institutions that improve students’ postsecondary outcomes.
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 strengthen Asian Americans Advancing Justice’s capacity to coordinate the College for All Coalition and, through its involvement in the Community Engagement for College Success Network, engage community groups in promoting educational practices that improve students’ postsecondary outcomes.
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 support a partnership between CSU Bakersfield and Bakersfield College that would streamline the admissions and transfer processes and using technology to jointly track and advise students through BA completion.
To support planning and technical assistance to: 1) further develop innovative 12th grade math courses that will strengthen student preparation for college level math, 2) support teacher professional development in college preparatory Math, and 3) support a community of practice around college preparatory Math involving four CSU campuses and their K-12 partners.
To provide faculty from Central Valley Higher Education Consortium’s member colleges with technical assistance and the opportunity to work together as a region to create solutions that will increase persistence and degree attainment through the implementation of Guided Pathways and Associate Degrees for Transfer Pathways.