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Rural Roscoe Collegiate ISD is helping students thrive after graduation with Early College High School and valuable workforce certifications that give them meaningful job opportunities in the local economy.
Our video tells their story.
Funding from Greater Texas Foundation is bringing this successful model to other school districts in Texas and across the nation.
By 2036, 71% of jobs will require some college education, but only 23% of Texas students currently earn a degree or credential after high school.
In partnership with Excelencia in Education, the Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL) built a Latinx Adult Student Success (LASS) academy to help a
In partnership with 21 rural Texas school districts, the Rural Student Success Initiative (RSSI) seeks to improve accessibility and quality of non-academic college access and
Nearly 4 million Texans over the age of 25 have earned some college credit, but never a degree. With $420,000 from Greater Texas Foundation, Western
Greater Texas Foundation courageously provides leadership and resources to the era-defining issue of postsecondary success for all students.”
-Hector Bojorquez, Intercultural Development Research Association