College & Career Academy Support Network
High school: Make it fair, make it real.
- build capacity of educators and communities to enact research-based strategies for student success now and in college, career, and civic life;
- collect and disseminate evidence on student outcomes and exemplary practices;
- promote policies to make education fair and real.
Since 1998 CCASN has been working to increase educational opportunities that offer each young person support and guidance, productive engagement in the world outside of school, and preparation for both college and careers. This research-based strategy has been effective for hundreds of thousands of teenagers, including low-income students of color.
CCASN offers professional development, coaching, resource materials, and technical assistance for secondary educators, schools, and districts. CCASN also conducts research to document and improve practice, and advises policy makers at all levels.
Taming the Master Schedule - Master Schedule Workshops for High Schools with CPAs Supported by a grant from the Laura and John Arnold Foundation As part of CCASN’s technical assistance for the California Partnership Academies’ Moving the Needle Initiative, The College...read more
The University of California Berkeley’s College and Career Academy Support Network (CCASN) is pleased to welcome Dr. Tameka McGlawn as it’s new Executive Director. Dr. McGlawn brings extensive educational experiences and strong leadership skills to the CCASN team. Dr....read more
This is a report to the field on the accomplishments of the first of a series of four symposia. The symposium focused on pathways research. Participants attending the symposium represented multiple research-based organizations active in policy development: College...read more
Check out the new Framework to Improve Student Transitions through College and Career Readiness System Alignment. CCASN worked with a collaborative group of K12 and community college stakeholders from the North and East Bay region to develop this framework for pathway...read more