Webinar Resource: Institutions of Higher Education Moving from Commitment to Action

The National Partnership for Student Success (NPSS) is a public-private partnership led by the U.S. Department of Education, AmeriCorps, and the Everyone Graduates Center at Johns Hopkins University that helps schools, districts, youth-serving organizations, and state and local governments create, expand and improve programs supporting students through five evidence-based roles: academic tutors, high-quality mentors, post-secondary transition coaches, success coaches, and wraparound/integrated student support coordinators.

About this Webinar:

This webinar is designed for institutions of higher education that have already set public goals as part of the NPSS Higher Education Coalition,  or are considering taking this step. The NPSS Hub shared information on recommended next steps and considerations for colleges and universities working to place more of their students in P-12 student support roles in partnership with schools, districts, or nonprofit organizations.

Our webinar discussion featured panelists from Peer Power Foundation, Raising a Village Foundation, and Howard University.

Key Moments:

  • 3:00 | Origins of the National Partnership for Student Success
  • 4:33 | Biden-Harris Administration Response
  • 7:24 | Current Priority of Engaging Colleges, Universities & College Students
  • 11:44 | Path to Implementation & Celebrating Progress
  • 14:55 | Panel Discussion with NPSS Higher Education Coalition Members

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