The Texas Success Center provides statewide coherence to student success initiatives and advocates for related policies.
A near-peer mentoring program in West Texas helps high school students and adult learners map a path to college or a credential that will help them build a sustainable future for themselves.
The seventh annual GTF Scholars Leadership Conference brought together early college high school graduates from across the state to develop friendships, step outside their comfort zones, and prepare for leadership in college and beyond.
Greater Texas Foundation (GTF) Scholars was established in 2012 to increase the number of Texas Early College High School (ECHS) graduates who successfully transition to a four-year institution of higher education and complete a baccalaureate degree.
In 2018, GTF awarded a $1,275,800 grant to Educate Texas to launch the Texas College Access Network (TxCAN), which supports college access and success practitioners through professional development, data analysis, convenings, and more.