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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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Achieve60AZ May 20
.' Ron Shoopman believes it will take a concentrated effort from all areas to reach our 60 percent goal.
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Helios Ed Foundation May 16
Regent Larry Penley, , on the importance of collaboration to reach our goal, “If we don’t think about this as a process - P - 20 - we won’t get there.”
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Helios Ed Foundation May 16
Sarah Pingel of shared national insights in postsecondary attainment barriers at the & Convening.
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Rich Nickel May 16
Riveting conversation on the perceived value of postsecondary education with the led by Exec. Director - Rachel Yanof. Happy to represent in this important discussion.
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Achieve60AZ May 15
We believe there are four pillars we need to focus on in order to reach our State Attainment Goal. Learn more about these pillars in our Issue Briefs and our State of Attainment Report:
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Achieve60AZ May 14
Yesterday, we spoke to leaders at and in Holbrook about the need for attainment. We're excited to see this community take ownership of the goal.
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Achieve60AZ May 10
. is encouraging students to think about careers as early as possible through a new program. Learn more:
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Achieve60AZ May 8
We're only 8 percent away from reaching our goal. Have you encouraged the high school seniors in your life to complete their FAFSA?
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KJZZ Phoenix May 7
Why aren’t moving here at higher rates? , executive director of , talked to about it.
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Achieve60AZ May 6
May is . DYK only three percent of foster youth who enroll in college earn a degree? Learn how is trying to help:
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Achieve60AZ Apr 29
ICYMI: On Friday, released a policy brief, Equity & Attainment: Achieving Two Goals with One Policy. We are glad to see active conversations happening on the need for attainment in Arizona.
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Achieve60AZ Apr 26
In 2018, 152,000 students enrolled in CTE programs. Students enrolled in these programs in Arizona graduate at a rate of over 98 percent, far higher than the state average.
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Achieve60AZ Apr 25
Last week, we met with leaders in Yuma to discuss what 60 percent attainment would mean for the city and for Arizona.
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Achieve60AZ Apr 24
The Arizona College Enrollment and Completion report shows only 17% of high school freshmen will graduate college by 2028 if trends remain. Learn more:
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Achieve60AZ Apr 22
DYK Arizona is ranked 3rd in the country in states with the least amount of native adult residents, according to census data? Only 20% of Arizonans 25 and older were born in state. Learn more about the importance of in-migration to attainment here:
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Achieve60AZ Apr 18
Time is running out to meet our goal of 50% completion. Make sure to encourage any high school seniors in your life to complete their FAFSA!
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KAWC News Apr 16
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Evelyn Casuga Apr 16
In Yuma today with Attainment Report presentation and Community Conversation! Great participation and feedback. Thank you, for including us!
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Achieve60AZ Apr 16
Today, we presented the State of Attainment Report to local leaders in Yuma. We're excited to see how the community will take hold of this work.
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Achieve60AZ Apr 15
Latinx students make up the largest single demographic in Arizona K-12 schools, so achieving our 60% attainment goal is impossible without raising attainment rates for ALL demographics. Learn more:
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