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Goal 3: SUCCEEDS academically
Every student will succeed academically
High-quality teaching and involved parents and caregivers are critical factors in determining acadmic outcomes. Teacher training, professional development and support for students and families must align with high expectations for every student.
Why Is It Important?
Student academic success is the core objective of all the strategies implemented as a part of Strive. All the education partners from early childhood through college are committed to establishing high standards for all students and providing a rigorous curriculum that challenges students and prepares them with the skills and knowledge to succeed in the 21st Century. In order to promote student success, educators, families, service providers and the community must focus on each student gaining the necessary skills and knowledge at each transition point to be successful at the next level:
- Early childhood to elementary
- Elementary to middle grades
- Middle grades to high school
- High school to college
- First-year of college to second-year
Cradle To Career Community
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The Strive Partnership is focused on the success of our children: every child, every step, from cradle to career. The Strive Partnership unites common providers around shared issues, goals, measurements and results, and then actively supports and strengthens strategies that work.