The upcoming release of $200 million dollar in block grants for college and career readiness by the California Department of Education signals a growing focus on preparing California students for life after high school and long-term success. Join a panel of educators and experts for a timely Webinar to better understand the opportunities and the implications of the grants.
The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) recently updated the ASCA Student Standards for school counselors to reflect the latest research and best practices for enhancing student achievement and promoting college and career readiness.
Are students who apply to dozens of colleges the norm, or do they make news because they are not? The Naviance Class of 2015, representing more than a quarter of U.S. graduating seniors, tells a different story.
Held in Austin, Texas each year, the SXSWedu Conference promotes innovation in education through interactive workshops, film screenings, networking opportunities, and more with thousands of attendees from all over the U.S.
As educators around the country prepare for “back to school,” the national dialogue will once again turn to college and career readiness. With elections coming up in the fall, federal education policy will be a hot topic, so it's time to get serious about how proposed changes will affect students' futures.
This year's product forum at Naviance Summer Institute highlighted our commitment to bridging the divide between college eligibility and college readiness. As part of our commitment at this year's Clinton Global Initiative, we are partnering with AASA to foster a dialogue between K-12 administrators and community college presidents to help students transition from high school to a post-secondary environment.
AASA, The School Superintendents Association, and Hobsons—the world’s leader in connecting learning to life—announced a joint Clinton Global Initiative America Commitment to Action to improve access and student success in community college.
Hobsons is proud to announce that Stephen M. Smith, president of Hobsons’ Advising & Admissions Solutions, has been appointed to the National College Access Network (NCAN) Board of Directors.
Stephen M. Smith joins the NCAN Board of Directors.
Bringing new technology products or services into a school or district requires a collaborative partnership between administrators and parents in order to ensure that implementation is successful. Here are some tips to help you develop a successful partnership with your parent community around technology.