New Report: Big Ideas for Changing K-12 Advising
Posted by National College Attainment Network on April 21, 2020
NCAN Releases ‘The Data that Matter and the Plans that Work’ Highlighting Big Ideas for Changing K-12 Advising
By Bill DeBaun, Director of Data and Evaluation
For two years, NCAN’s work with 20 school districts and partner organizations during the To & Through Advising Challenge yielded important lessons and insights about the work of transforming postsecondary advising in K-12 systems. Last week, with the release of “The Data that Matter and the Plans that Work: New Districtwide Approaches to Student Success Beyond High School” NCAN shared the stories of five To & Through organizations using big ideas to transform postsecondary advising and improve student outcomes.
The report’s release came at an event at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (which also made this work possible) in Washington, D.C., that featured panels of practitioners and coaches who have been deeply engaged in this work across the country.
Download the full report: https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.ncan.org/resource/resmgr/publications/ncan_report_-_the_data_that_.pdf
See the twitter thread that breaks down the report: https://twitter.com/BillDeBaun/status/1234503582868791297
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