Learn how schools and districts are starting early to prepare underserved students for a future built around their strengths and interests.
Superintendents to Award Scholarships to Students Demonstrating Key Indicators of College Readiness
Superintendents share perspectives on college and career readiness in conference panel and new research brief
This research brief is based on the results of a national survey conducted in partnership with AASA. The survey reveals what school districts across the country are doing to help students identify, research, and reach their goals after high school.
Ann Arbor Public Schools (AAPS) is a high-achieving district in Michigan, with college enrollment rates of 79 percent (well above the national average of 69 percent) and four-year graduation rates of 89 percent (well above the state average of 82 percent).
Ann Arbor Public Schools (AAPS) is a Michigan district consisting of 17,300 students of diverse backgrounds and economic statuses. Although already a high-achieving district, AAPS Superintendent Dr. Jeanice Swift has committed to increasing achievement levels for all students, with special emphasis on underserved populations such as Hispanic/Latino and low-income students.
What do superintendents believe are the largest roadblock students encounter in applying to college? What challenges do students encounter when trying to find a meaningful career? Superintendents share their perspectives on the challenges and opportunities related to preparing students for life after high school.
How many 9th graders that you know are already enrolled in a nursing program or are running a restaurant with paying customers? At Grand Prairie Independent School District (GPISD) a large district in the Dallas/Forth Worth area, nursing and hospitality are just two of the 29 pathways thats students can pursue, starting as early as middle school, with the goal of getting the knowledge and skills they'll need to succeed in the future.
Mont'Kiara International School (Malaysia) improved parent engagement with workshops instructing parents on how to use Naviance.
PPS joins more than 40 percent of the largest 25 urban school districts and more than one-third of the 300 largest school districts using Naviance