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Graduation Alliance Achieves High Marks For Program Efficacy And Cost

  • Sarah Smith
  • August 23, 2021

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 23, 2021 — Graduation Alliance’s Dropout Recovery program was recently evaluated by Mission Measurement, and the results were incredibly positive. Using program data from October 2017 through February 2020, Mission Measurement reviewed existing Graduation Alliance Dropout Recovery program information from 7,796 students in 135 districts. Students were included in the analysis

Graduation Alliance Receives Quality Matters Certification for Course Design Quality

  • Sarah Smith
  • August 20, 2021

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 20, 2021 — Graduation Alliance is committed to serving the needs of individual learners through robust human supports, tech enablement, transparent data/outcomes, and the highest quality curriculum. “Beginning In 2017, Graduation Alliance committed to Quality Matters Rubric training, enhancing course quality while providing the best possible learning experiences and outcomes. Because

Graduation Alliance Recognized as a 2021 B Corp: Best For The World™ in Customer Impact

  • Sarah Smith
  • August 6, 2021

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 6, 2021 Graduation Alliance is thrilled to announce it has been placed on the Certified B Corporation™ “Best For The World: List” for 2021 in the impact area of customers, placing it among the top 5% of similarly sized Certified B Corporations worldwide. Organizations honored in this impact area are setting

Social mobility leaders Nutter and Aguh join Graduation Alliance board of directors

  • Joanna
  • January 1, 2021

SALT LAKE CITY, January 1, 2021 Two leaders in the effort to create social and economic mobility with purpose-driven investment have joined the board of directors at Graduation Alliance. Lisa Nutter’s successes in the fields of education, workforce development, and human services have shaped her approach to addressing community and economic well-being. “There are no

New Mexico Extends Successful Partnership

  • Joanna
  • September 30, 2020

SANTA FE, September 30, 2020 New Mexico extends successful partnership to get students get back on track after education interruption A statewide program to help New Mexicans navigate the challenges of education during the global health emergency will be extended after spring results demonstrated significant success in supporting K-12 students across the state. Participants in

Free High School Diploma Program Launches In Kansas

  • Joanna
  • July 28, 2020

July 13, 2020 Free High School Diploma Program Launches In Kansas Kansas – A new program aimed at the 10 percent of Kansan adults who do not have a high school diploma is launching in the Sunflower State. The Central Plains Diploma Completion Program is completely online and free to Kansans across the state who are

Central Plains Diploma Completion Program

  • Joanna
  • July 7, 2020

June 29, 2020 Free High School Diploma Program Launches In Kansas Working adults can now obtain diplomas online (Kansas) – A new program aimed at the 10 percent of Kansan adults who do not have a high school diploma is launching in the Sunflower State. The Central Plains Diploma Completion Program is completely online and

Graduation Alliance starts partnership with New Mexico’s Public Education Department

  • Joanna
  • May 26, 2020

April 30, 2020 NMPED Announces Partnership to Help “Missing Students” Get Back On-Track with Continuous Learning Santa Fe – For some students, going from a structured classroom setting to learning from home is a tough climb, and during this pandemic some have chosen not to engage – or are encountering obstacles – with distance learning. But

New Year Brings New Opportunities for Colorado Dropouts

  • Joanna
  • January 2, 2020

Denver, Colorado, January 2, 2020 – New high school diploma and workforce certification program is free for adult learners to achieve living wage work Just before Christmas, Colorado launched the Workforce Diploma Pilot Program, aimed at addressing what some have described as an urgent problem facing Colorado, one of the country’s most highly educated states: