Closing the college and career readiness gap

Education leaders should look to local partnerships to help students prepare for the demands of higher education and the workforce

Year after year, research suggests that high school students are unprepared for the rigors of college. The lack of proficiency in their secondary school education and the resulting underperformance in college are having a profound and long-term impact on students, schools, and society in general.

Learn how K-12 leaders are leveraging resources to empower students to succeed in ways that supersede traditional spaces or pathways. As educational equity continues to be a top priority for many districts, close partnerships between local high schools and community colleges can be underestimated in their value to support and align to students’ college readiness and success. Read the full report now.

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