More than 60 community, business, philanthropic and education organizations in Arizona form this independent alliance that is fueled by a community-based effort to make Arizona competitive through the power of education. Their goal is to generate greater awareness of the importance of increasing Arizona’s level of educational attainment while building support to improve college entry and completion; boost adult education and training; and fuel a pipeline of competitive talent for Arizona’s employers.
The goal of Achieve60AZ is to help generate greater public and private awareness, ownership and support for the long-term steps needed in college entry and completion, adult education and training, and identifying and closing skills gaps to better prepare our workforce and our state for the future.
College Success Arizona is committed to sharing information that enables the education community, policymakers, and the public to better understand college attainment and what our state can do to expand postsecondary opportunities. Follow our blog to keep up with our latest policy and data publications about college access and attainment in Arizona.
More than $300,000 distributed to college students across Arizona to continue education during pandemic Phoenix, Az. — Since the launch of the Arizona Postsecondary Student Resiliency Fund, Helios Education Foundation and College Success Arizona distributed over $300,000 to more than 700 students across Arizona to help provide immediate assistance to college students affected by COVID-19. […]
Last week, the Supreme Court prevented the end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program through executive action. At College Success Arizona, we believe that this was the right decision and a just decision. We also understand that the fight to protect Dreamers is still a long way from finished. In Arizona, Dreamers […]
“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” By: Rich Nickel Half of a century later, buffeted by the senseless killings of George Floyd and many others, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. would still hear a deafening silence from much of America about discrimination, abuse […]