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College Access at NTN

In September 2019, New Tech Network (NTN) announced the launch of the NTN College Access Network, a 5-year college access initiative supported by a Networks for School Improvement (NSI) grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF). The NTN College Access Network partnered with 49 high schools in 15 districts in Arkansas, California, Texas to improve college access by leveraging continuous improvement practices. Equipped with learning from the NTN College Access Network, NTN launched an expansion of this work in August 2023 with a 2-year, improvement-focused NTN College Access Collaborative with 10 new high schools in California, Indiana, and Texas to accelerate the spread and widespread implementation of promising practices.

NTN College Access Network Change Package

How is this used? This package consists of evidence-based change ideas and continuous improvement practices geared to support teams in making measurable improvements in postsecondary enrollment, persistence, and attainment rates for their students. The resource brings into focus equity considerations to meet the needs of students who have been historically excluded. When teams engage in a series of disciplined cycles of inquiry and establish data routines to adapt these high-quality change ideas in their context, then their students will feel more confident in their ability to explore, select, apply, enroll, and persist in their postsecondary goal.

NTN College Access Network Case Study

NTN Individual Services

New Tech Network offers Individual Services to Build Deeper Learning Capacity, a selection of professional development services designed to build educator capacity and develop leadership skills that enable schools to strengthen instruction, culture, assessment, and college and career readiness. 

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