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To provide data-focused technical assistance to community foundations participating in College Futures Foundation’s Community Philanthropy Initiative.
To support Cal Poly Pomona’s continued development of a 12th grade math course in partnership with its local K-12 districts that will strengthen student preparation for college level math.
To support the development and pilot of a Faculty Dashboard for Student Success visualization tool at CSU Fullerton to help faculty better understand how they individually contribute to their students’ academic performance, progress, and success at CSU Fullerton.
To support work by the CSU YMOC Initiative to improve B.A. completion for male students of color in the CSU system by identifying, validating and scaling promising practices at five CSU campuses.
To support the California State University (CSU) System to accomplish the goals of the CSU system’s Graduation Initiative 2025, including graduating more students, reducing time to completion, and closing the equity gap.
To support the Central Valley High Education Consortium’s (CVHEC) capacity to improve and scale and remediation reform, explore regional Guided Pathways implementation, facilitate alignment of math pathways, and increase community college to four-year transfer across the region.
To support California State University Stanislaus to align and promote Associate Degree for Transfer Pathways with its three largest feeder community college campuses: San Joaquin Delta College, Modesto Junior College, and Merced College.
To support continued production of journalistic content on higher education, produce four events about timely higher education issues to engage influencers, stakeholders, and the public, and expand a program to tap, train, and engage college students to contribute to news stories and commentary.
To support an assessment and planning process to expand the Pomona Regional Learning Collaborative: 1) from K12 into community college through completion at four- year universities, and 2) to neighboring K12 and higher education partners.
To support the Just Equations project to promote evidence-based math policies that are aligned across systems and support rigorous, high-quality pathways leading to equitable college opportunity.