- Bill DeBaun, Director of Data and Evaluation, National College Attainment Network
FCAN host: Kathy McDonald, Assistant Director for Network Partnerships
Students’ pathways after high school have never been more important for not only students themselves but also their families, communities, states, and our nation overall. Despite that, accessing and measuring students’ postsecondary outcomes continues to be both tricky and highly varied across states.
Districts, schools, and community organizations are in wildly different places in their willingness and capacity to measure these outcomes. But what are some of the strategies and options available, no matter where an organization is?
In this webinar, we will walk through different approaches, both homegrown and external, for better understanding students’ postsecondary pathways, before and after they graduate from high school. Attendees should bring their own questions as well as their successes and struggles as we explore various options on this critical topic.
In this webinar you will learn:
- Options to access data that shows where students go after high school
- How to leverage this data to better understand students’ postsecondary choices and how that differs from their intentions
- How to use the data to update strategies in college and career advising
Webinar: Where Do Students Go? How Do You Know? Options for Data-Starved Districts
Date and Time: Thursday, January 27, 2022, 2 -3 p.m. EST