This Alliance for Excellent Education (All4Ed) report provides state policymakers and advocates with an analysis of the various graduation pathways currently in effect. It also offers recommendations to help lawmakers and others focus graduation pathway policies on equity and excellence.
This toolkit features multiple examples of exemplary postsecondary credit transfer and learning recognition policy and is intended to be used by state leaders to examine their current environment for consistent ways to recognize, reward and transfer learning.
This resource spotlights equity concerns for statewide college Promise programs and provides considerations for state policymakers as they design and implement Promise programs that advance equity. Specifically, the guide addresses affordability, access, and success for special populations
This report examines the Career Technical Education coursetaking of high school graduates from different locales — city, suburb, town and rural — using data from the High School Longitudinal Study of 2009.
Washington State created Direct Transfers Agreements (DTA) across all public colleges. This guarantees that a student who obtains a DTA associate degree from a public community or technical college will have completed the core requirements of a public four-year institution.