Achieving the Dream announced a national community college expansion of the Working Families Success Network (WFSN) strategy.
Helping More Community College Students Succeed
The Achieving the Dream National Reform Network helps more community college students succeed. Their success, after all, means much more than a personal goal secured. It means improved skills, better employability, and economic growth for communities and our nation as a whole.
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The Achieving the Dream National Reform Network includes over 200 colleges, 15 state policy teams, more than 20 investors, and more than 100 coaches and advisors - working throughout 34 states and the District of Columbia - to help 3.8 million community college students have a better chance of realizing greater economic opportunity and achieving their dreams.
The Achieving The Dream Focus Areas
The Achieving the Dream National Reform Network leverages targeted focus areas to close achievement gaps and accelerate success among diverse student populations, particularly low-income students and students of color. These integrated building blocks advance individual and system-wide strategies, ultimately providing measurable and sustainable outcomes for students and colleges alike.
Achieving the Dream is committed to creating, developing, and sharing resources for the student success movement. These tools are valuable for anyone interested in improving the success rates of community college students, with a particular focus on low-income students and students of color. Our Knowledge Center, Initiatives, and Interventions Showcase provide support on a variety of topics through expert research, promising practices, case studies, and college connections.
Join the Movement
- Apply to the Network
- Work or Volunteer
- Join the Conversation
- Partner with Us
- Attend DREAM
Now is the time for you to get involved and do your part to help the nation's millions of community college students have a better chance of earning a certificate or degree. More than just the hopes and dreams of community college students' are at stake: the very foundations of our economy depend on increasing student success.