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Schools of Distinction: Recognizing excellence in education

  • Sarah Smith
  • November 17, 2021

Cognia Website, November 17, 2021 In 2021, Cognia initiated its Schools of Distinction award program. Across the world, educators dedicate themselves to maximizing opportunities for learners. The Schools of Distinction award recognizes schools and systems that truly stand out in their service to learners. Many members of the Cognia Global Network seek accreditation from Cognia,

Graduation Alliance Launches ENGAGE Georgia Student Support Program

  • Sarah Smith
  • November 11, 2021

KPVI, November 11, 2021 The Georgia Department of Education, in partnership with Graduation Alliance, is launching the ENGAGE Georgia attendance recovery program to help students stay connected with school and keep their education on track. ENGAGE Georgia provides students and their families an extra layer of support through an Academic Success Coach who will help

GEORGIA K12GA Dept of Ed Launches Effort to Locate and Support Rural Students Who Have Disengaged From School During Pandemic

  • Sarah Smith
  • November 9, 2021

AllOnGeorgia, November 8, 2021 The Georgia Department of Education is launching a statewide effort to assist school districts with locating and supporting students who have disengaged from school as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. GaDOE is partnering with Graduation Alliance and dedicating $5 million in ESSER COVID-19 relief funds to the location, engagement, and

Victoria I.S.D. partners with Graduation Alliance

  • Sarah Smith
  • October 14, 2021

Crossroads Today, October 14, 2021 Victoria I.S.D. recently partnered with Graduation Alliance. Both plan to help recover district students who are in danger of dropping out of school, have dropped out of school or are significantly behind in core subject classes. Through an online setting, the Graduation Alliance dropout recovery plan is a diploma completion

Lincoln Parish School Board Enters Partnership with Graduation Alliance

  • Sarah Smith
  • October 7, 2021

Lincoln Parish Journal, October 7, 2021 At the Lincoln Parish School Board meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 5, Supervisor of Academics and Instruction Dana Talley announced that the School Board has entered a partnership with Graduation Alliance – an organization whose mission is to provide alternative pathways to high school graduation for students who are at-risk

Quality Matters Celebrates 2021 Making A Difference for Students Award Winners

  • Sarah Smith

Digital Journal, October 6, 2021 Quality Matters (QM) — the international leader for quality assurance in online and innovative digital teaching and learning environments — is pleased to announce the 2021 Making A Difference For Students Award winners. Each year, the QM community celebrates individuals and institutions that exemplify QM’s focus on student success. Awardees

Graduation Alliance to Extend ENGAGE Michigan, Student Support Program

  • Sarah Smith
  • September 30, 2021

Yahoo! finance, September 30, 2021 The state of Michigan is extending the successful ENGAGE Michigan program aimed at helping students stay connected with school and keep their education on track. ENGAGE Michigan provides students and their families an extra layer of support, an Academic Success Coach, who will help them overcome obstacles they may be

Community College Launches Adult High School Completion Program With Graduation Alliance

  • Sarah Smith
  • September 8, 2021

The Joplin Globe, September 8, 2021 Adults without a high school diploma who want to go to college can now earn a diploma online for free and continue on to affordable associate degree programs through a partnership between Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College (NEO) and Graduation Alliance called Pathway to Degree…. Continue reading

Graduation Alliance to Launch South Carolina Workforce Diploma Program

  • Sarah Smith

STATE 4 NEWS, September 7, 2021 According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 400,000 South Carolina adults do not have a high school diploma or a credential. In 2020, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, stated, “High school graduates make an average of $9,200 more per year than people without a diploma.” This program