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Sharing the CLP newsletter below. Of special interest, providing some great case studies: 

From Voice to Action: Putting Students at the Center of College RedesignBuilding Careers in the Cloud: An Industry-engaged PathwayA Deeper Dive: Understanding Dual Enrollment Programs in the Central Valley
NEWS FROM CLP | March 2022

This Issue:Central Valley Dual EnrollmentAB 705 and Guided PathwaysGP and Foster Youth TransitionsLaurencia Walker Joins CLPFoster Youth in Dual Enrollment SSSC Call for ProposalsResources from CLPUpcoming Events and WebinarsPublicationsCommunity Foundations Team Up to Expand Equitable Dual Enrollment
As California has moved to strengthen and expand dual enrollment, a group of community foundations in the Central Valley has been at the forefront of developing a broad, regional approach supporting dual enrollment as a high-leverage strategy to increase equitable postsecondary attainment. The foundation partners—the Central Valley Community Foundation, the Community Foundation of San Joaquin, the Kern Community Foundation, and the Stanislaus Community Foundation, with funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation—worked together with colleges, K-12 districts and high schools, and community organizations to create a holistic strategy for the region. CLP’s new report, A Deeper Dive: Understanding Dual Enrollment Programs in the Central Valley, mapped the landscape of dual enrollment in the Central Valley and informed their efforts. Read more.AB705 and GP: Stories from the Field
In response to AB 705, the English department at City College of San Francisco (CCSF) revised their composition sequence such that all students entering the college are placed into transfer-level English 1A or 1A paired with a two-unit support class. This increased throughput of students by large percentages across all student groups. But when they looked at subgroup data, they still saw persistent equity gaps in completion rates. CLP’s publication, AB 705 and GP: Stories from the Field, describes how CCSF faculty are moving to close those gaps. Read the story.GP Redesign: Foster Youth Transitions at Riverside City College
Read about the work of Riverside City College (RCC) to facilitate seamless transitions for foster youth. CLP’s newest GP Redesign Example profiles how RCC’s Guardian Scholars Learning Community has knit together networks of educational institutions, public agencies, and community-based organizations to support foster youth. Guardian Scholars emphasizes community and makes sure it is a one-stop shop for students, with a dedicated staff person whose working motto is: “I may not have all of the answers, but we’ll find them together.” Download this and other GP Redesign Examples.Laurencia Walker Joins the CLP Team
We’re thrilled to announce that Laurencia Walker has joined the CLP team as our newest director. She’ll be providing leadership and support for colleges and high schools working to improve student success and completion by expanding equitable dual enrollment opportunities. Laurencia has worked in education for most of her life and her experience covers a broad range of settings, from small nonprofits to all segments of public education in California—K-12, CSU, UC, and most recently within the community college system where she served as the Director of College Readiness at Hartnell College. At Hartnell, Laurencia supported and supervised early college credit options in collaboration with multiple high school partners. Read more.

Webinar Recording: Dual Enrollment for Foster Youth
The recording and slides from last month’s webinar, Dual Enrollment for Foster Youth: Toward Effective Practice, are available on the CLP website. You’ll also find links to CLP’s report on promising practices and challenges in supporting foster youth in dual enrollment and a dual enrollment student profile. The webinar featured presenters from Riverside City College and Riverside Community College District and was convened by CLP in collaboration with John Burton Advocates for Youth.

Call for SSSC Proposals
You can still submit a presentation proposal for the Strengthening Student Success Conference 2022: Fostering Healing and Hope. The deadline has been extended to Wednesday, March 30. The conference will be held in person, October 5-7, at the Hyatt Regency Orange County in Garden Grove. There will be a limited amount of virtual programming provided and proposals will be accepted for both in-person and virtual presentations. SSSC22 is presented by the RP Group in collaboration with 3CSN, Career Ladders Project, and LearningWorks. Read more about SSSC22. Resources From CLPView more dual enrollment resources and tools including:Stanislaus Cradle to Career Partnership, Dual Enrollment Blueprint. Highlights the collaborative work of six educational institutions and the community foundation to lay out a blueprint for expanding dual enrollment countywide.Dual Enrollment and Guided Pathways Converge for Equity. Reviews the success of Bakersfield College in implementing dual enrollment aligned with equity-minded guided pathways redesign.Resources for Creating a Dual Enrollment Partnership. Info sheets, videos, presentation slides, and other tools.The Dual Enrollment Game. What barriers and detours do students face in navigating dual enrollment? Play the game and find out.Upcoming Events and WebinarsOctober 5-7 – Strengthening Student Success Conference – Garden Grove, CA
Mark your calendar for the 2022 Strengthening Student Success Conference. The conference will be held in person October 5-7 at the Hyatt Regency Orange County in Garden Grove. And there’s still time to submit a proposal before the March 30 deadline.

CLP Publications

From Voice to Action: Putting Students at the Center of College RedesignBuilding Careers in the Cloud: An Industry-engaged PathwayA Deeper Dive: Understanding Dual Enrollment Programs in the Central ValleyAll CLP publications

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It is not beyond our power to create a world in which all children have access to a good education. In my travels all over the world, I have come to realize that what distinguishes one child from another is not ability, but access. Access to education, access to opportunity, access to love. -- Nelson Mandela
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Mallory J. Stevens, EdD | Pathways Support Consultant
Bay Region | Hosted by Foothill College  

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Check out the dual enrollment resources available on: http://dualenrollment.baccc.net/
 
Join the Bay Region Dual Enrollment Exchange series! We will meeting on the first Friday of the month from 10-11:30am through June 2021. Zoom:
https://fhda-edu.zoom.us/j/98400888318
 
You can find a running agenda and past meeting recordings here <https://docs.google.com/document/d/1p9HQIPNYdi35Lr32YXwNct3XTA4FQefAtSWgDJUV608/edit>.
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