Graduation Pathways Summit Wrap-up

The fourth annual Graduation Pathways Summit, held Nov. 6, 2017, provided a touch point for schools, agency leaders, and nonprofit partners to share effective strategies, dig into new local research, reflect on progress, and define opportunities to ensure all students have paths to graduation. The Summits are one initiative of the multifaceted Graduation Pathways Project.

Click on the buttons below to view presentation materials from this year's Summit plenary and workshops. 


SUMMIT PHOTOS:

DC's education executives discuss the state of graduation in DC. From left: Moderator Kim Ford; Scott Pearson, Executive Director of DC Public Charter School Board; Antwan Wilson, Chancellor of DC Public Schools; David Grosso, DC Councilmember and Education Committee Chairman; and Jennie Niles, Deputy Mayor for Education.

DC's education executives discuss the state of graduation in DC. From left: Moderator Kim Ford; Scott Pearson, Executive Director of DC Public Charter School Board; Antwan Wilson, Chancellor of DC Public Schools; David Grosso, DC Councilmember and Education Committee Chairman; and Jennie Niles, Deputy Mayor for Education.

Paul Kihn, independent consultant, speaks about ideas for expanding access to credit recovery in one of the day's workshops.

Paul Kihn, independent consultant, speaks about ideas for expanding access to credit recovery in one of the day's workshops.

Sanjay Mitchell, Raise DC 9th Grade Counts Network Co-chair and Director of College & Alumni Programs at Thurgood Marshall PCS, leads a panel discussion around effective solutions for a successful middle-to-high school transition.

Sanjay Mitchell, Raise DC 9th Grade Counts Network Co-chair and Director of College & Alumni Programs at Thurgood Marshall PCS, leads a panel discussion around effective solutions for a successful middle-to-high school transition.

Nearly 200 school, community, and government partners joined us for this fourth Summit.

Nearly 200 school, community, and government partners joined us for this fourth Summit.

 

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To get involved in the work of Raise DC's Graduation Pathways Project, please reach out to Celine Fejeran, Raise DC's Deputy Director, at cfejeran@raisedc.org.