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Education Advances Everyone. The goal of Achieve60AZ is to ensure that 60 percent of Arizonans have a certificate or college degree by 2030.
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We applaud the Arizona Commission for Postsecondary Education, , , , AzCAN, and for the steps they're taking to help more students in the Grand Canyon State complete the : .🎉
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Achieve60AZ Jan 14
What does the Arizona FAFSA Challenge have to do with attainment? Learn more in 's Issue Brief, "Putting Data to Work":
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CollegeSuccessAZ Jan 11
A College Success Arizona partner, just released their second issue brief, "Putting Data to Work." In it, the team takes a look at how data can drive collaboration and increase attainment in :
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Achieve60AZ Jan 11
A new report shows that national college completion rates have increased for the third consecutive year. Learn more here:
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ExpectMoreAZ Jan 10
The Roadmap for P-20 Education Funding represents major investments needed at every level. With effective instruction, policy, and strategy implementation, these investments will advance AZ's shared education goals & close the achievement gap.
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Achieve60AZ Jan 10
Achieve60AZ is dedicated to increasing Arizona’s postsecondary attainment to ensure our future success as a state. Thank you to and all of our partners for spreading the word about our goal.
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Achieve60AZ Jan 7
Did you know enrollment in Arizona's public universities increased by 4.4 percent from Fall 2017 to Fall 2018? Learn more in ' 2018 Fall Enrollment Report:
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Achieve60AZ Jan 9
ICYMI, announced in November that it is participating in a massive new effort to increase college access and close the attainment gap in partnership with 130 universities. Learn more:
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Achieve60AZ Jan 7
Did you know enrollment in Arizona's public universities increased by 4.4 percent from Fall 2017 to Fall 2018? Learn more in ' 2018 Fall Enrollment Report:
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College Goal Arizona Jan 7
New data is available on the FAFSA completion Dashboard! Check to see how your school is doing in FAFSA completion!
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Achieve60AZ Jan 4
The start of a new year means planning for the future. Plan for your future by filing your FAFSA today.
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Achieve60AZ Jan 3
It's 2019. We're excited for another year of working towards 60 percent attainment.
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Achieve60AZ Dec 31
The idea of a “typical college student” may not be true to the reality. Lumina’s recent report explores who today’s students really are.
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Achieve60AZ Dec 28
See how Arizona is doing on our FAFSA Completion goal here:
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College Goal Arizona Dec 28
to Douglas High School for winning the Most Innovative Player Award for the month of December 2018! Keep up the great work! 🎉
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Achieve60AZ Dec 27
was recently recognized by the OCCRL for their work serving Hispanic STEM students.
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Achieve60AZ Dec 26
The US Government reports that the generated $4.13 billion for Arizona during the 2016-2017 school year. Learn more about the FAFSA and other systems that may affect attainment in our newest Issue Brief.
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College Goal Arizona Dec 21
Happy ! As the weather cools down don’t forget to complete your 2019-2010 FAFSA! Have a great winter break
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Achieve60AZ Dec 21
's Tec is for Girls! Program is inspiring middle school youth to see themselves in engineering careers, a high need career field in Arizona.
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Achieve60AZ Dec 19
To combat low FAFSA completion rates, Louisiana set FAFSA Completion as a requirement to high school graduation. How do you think a similar policy might affect AZ? Learn more about systems & structures that can influence attainment in our Issue Brief:
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