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Building College Access Partnerships:
Transcript of Building College Access Partnerships:
Building College Access Partnerships: State and Regional Networks
State and Regional Networks
An interconnected system of organizations that cooperate, coordinate, and/or collaborate to achieve increased postsecondary access and success for students, particularly those from historically underrepresented populations, low-income and potential first-generation college students.
A Network Is:
NCAN's mission is to build, strengthen, and empower communities committed to college access and success so that all students, especially those underrepresented in postsecondary education, can achieve their educational dreams.
Why Do We
Do This Work?
April 2013 unemployment was 7.5% but only 3.9% for college grads,
whose employment increased 9% from 2008-2013.
Inequality in College Attendance
Increase College Access and Success
Reasons for Creating State/Local Network
Low College Attainment Rate
Too Many or Not Enough Student Services
Duplication of Practitioner Efforts and Knowledge Creation
Policies Designed for the 20th Century
Need/Desire for Professional Community
Ability to Coordinate Large Scale Efforts
Strategies to Achieve Goals
Mutually Reinforcing Activities
all participants must have a shared vision for change that includes a common understanding of the problem and a joint approach to solving it through agreed upon actions.
all participating organizations agree on a short list of indicators to ensure that all efforts remain aligned and enabling participants to hold each other accountable and learn from each other’s successes and failures.
Mutually Reinforcing Activities:
each partner undertakes the specific set of activities at which it excels in a way that supports and is coordinated with the actions of others.
in an effort to build up enough experience and trust among partners to recognize and appreciate the common motivation behind their different efforts.
A dedicated staff separate from the participating organizations who can plan, manage, and support the initiative through ongoing facilitation, technology and communications support, data collection and reporting, and handling the myriad logistical and administrative details.
Activities of Networks
Shared Best Practices
Coordination of Resources
Creation/support of local programs and CANs
Adding Alaska to the Map
Types of Networks
Stand Alone Networks
Informal Stand-Alone Networks
Citywide Philadelphia College Prep Roundtable
Regional Higher Education Compact of Greater Cleveland
Statewide Oregon College Access Network
Formal Stand-Alone Networks
Citywide The College Access Consortium of New York, Inc.
Regional Marin County College Access Network (CA)
Statewide Michigan College Access Network
Statewide Virginia College Access Network
Housed at a State Agency
Statewide Oklahoma College Access Network
Statewide Arizona College Access Network
Housed at a Student Local Guarantor
Statewide Montana College Access Network
Housed at a Nonprofit Organization
Citywide Seattle College Access Network
Statewide Washington College Access Network
Statewide Minnesota College Access Network
Housed at a Foundation
Regional Texas College Access Network
How Could Collaboration Most Help Alaska?
What Needs to be Done?
Director of Partnerships and Policy
National College Access Network
Michigan College Access Network