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.

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