Month: November 2020

In this report, we study the experience of seven cohorts of students (n=597) from the UCLA Community School and track their pathways to and through college using four measures: (1) postsecondary plans, (2) immediate college enrollment, (3) college persistence (first to second year, and four-year pathways), (4) college completion (within six years). Overall, the school is preparing almost all graduates to enter college and college enrollment and initial persistence rates are higher than the national average.

Creating Persistent Community: The Challenge of Aligning Supports for First-Generation College-going Students

In this report, we study the experience of seven cohorts of students (n=597) from the UCLA Community School and track their pathways to and through college using four measures: (1) postsecondary plans, (2) immediate college enrollment, (3) college persistence (first to second year, and four-year pathways), (4) college completion (within six years). Overall, the school is preparing almost all graduates to enter college and college enrollment and initial persistence rates are higher than the national average.

Creating Persistent Community Report cover photo

November 2020 Newsletter

This week, tens of thousands of California seniors are submitting their applications to the state’s public universities–many the first in their families to do so. In this newsletter, we share…

Embracing Hope and Opportunity Amidst a Pandemic

By Ariana Dimagiba, Bella Martinez (left), and Nyslai Bolanos (right) This November students across the district and state will be submitting their college applications to California’s public universities. While this…
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