Bachelor's Education

Bachelor's Education

Studies show that learning opportunities in our early years are crucial for academic success.

Data can be collected, shared, analyzed and used to identify community needs and prioritize strategies to advance equity.

Manage tracking and ensure every student has educational opportunities that prepare them for college, career and the future of their choice.

Provide academic and social supports to keep students on track—especially in their transitional first year.

School funding often flows inequitably to higher-income districts and schools. Ensuring more equitable distribution of resources can help reverse these inequities and ensure that all California students have the support they need to graduate.

Engaged communities and families ensure that education systems are responsive, relevant, powerful, and integrated with broader community transformation initiatives.

Academic and social supports are an essential tool in closing gaps in educational success for students of color, low-income students and others.