The Aurora Project is focused on the availability of teachers, especially in math and science through community college links.
Central Valley Regional Collaborative
The Central Valley Regional Collaborative seeks to build a college-going cultue among low-income and underrepresented students from communities with historically low college-going rates. The goals of the collaborative are to increase student enrollment and completion of “gatekeeper” courses, college preparatory classes, and Advanced Placement courses.
College OPTIONS is focused on supporting K-12 students through high school and into postsecondary education programs that lead to viable careers. Programs include advising and admissions assistance, college scholarships, professional development opportunities, and community events.
The Imperial Valley County Office of Education collaborative is focused on increasing college eligibility, acceptance, and attendance rates, as well as increasing student achievement.
Inland Empire College and Career Readiness Collaborative
The Inland Empire College and Career readiness Collaborative’s overarching objective is to create a comprehensive model for addressing essential educational issues surrounding college and career readiness and success.
The Long Beach Education Partnership is focused on establishing a seamless continuum for students from kindergarten through college graduation. Goals include providing the opportunity of college education to every student in the district, building and strengthening career and technical pathways, and enhancing advisement structures at all educational levels
The Los Angeles Unified School District Collaborative is focused on reducing secondary school attrition through improving algebra enrollment and proficiency. They are also working to close the achievement gap through professional development leveraging teacher knowledge.
Madera County Compact for Success
The Madera County Compact for Success is focused on improving middle school mathematics achievement, preparing students for future STEM careers, and creating a college-going culture.
The Merced County P-16 Education and Community Council is developing strategies to better coordinate, integrate, and provide career options for preschool through college students. Specific focuses include the Transitional Kindergarten Professional Learning Community and the Advanced Placement Incentive Program Grant.
The Monterey Bay Education Consortium is focused on improving college-going rates, especially among student groups currently underrepresented in post-secondary education.
Napa County Partnership
The Napa County Partnership is a strategic alliance of more than 100 volunteers and leaders that is focused on early childhood education, literacy programs, embracing technological advances, and creating a college-going culture.
Rio Hondo Partnerships for College Consortium
The Rio Hondo Partnerships for College Consortium is focused on improving college-going rates and completion of college preparatory course requirements by focusing on improving Algebra 1 achievement rates.
The San Bernardino County Office of Education Collaborative works toward improving educational achievement of all students, particularly in communities characterized by poverty and low college-going rates. The collaborative is focused on increasing high school graduation rates and expanding workforce preparation, especially in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields.
The San Luis Obispo County Office of Education Collaborative is committed to using a coordinated approach to improve student achievement and eliminate the achievement gap in San Luis Obispo County. Their work is focused on ensuring access to preschool, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education, and Linked Learning classes.
The Santa Ana Partnership is focused on improving student readiness to succeed in college through direct services and influencing policy and practice in the Santa Ana Unified School District through its consistent research and student achievement focus.
The Southern Alameda County Regional Educational Alliance is focused on increasing African-American student achievement and implementing professional development focused on culturally relevant pedagogy.
The Tulare County Youth Connect Network for Student Success works collectively to increase community college transfer, algebra enrollment and completion, and establish Linked Learning programs.
The Ventura County P-16 Regional Council serves as an educational support and awareness nexus to improve academic achievement, eliminate performance gaps between students, and advance college preparation and completion for all student in Ventura County. The collaborative is focused on creating a college-going culture and improving student academic performance by increasing the number of students taking college preparatory classes and the SAT, as well as supporting career technical education programs.