Co-Design, Co-Delivery, and Co-Validation
At a Glance
This paper, part of a series on rethinking 12th grade, explores how collaboration between high school and colleges is key to ensuring postsecondary success for students.
Published nov. 20, 2015
Vice President, Programs
Creating High School and College Partnerships to Increase Postsecondary Success
Ready or Not: It's Time to Rethink the 12th Grade
See More Reports in This Series
Creating Strong Transitions From High School Through College: A Progress Report on Redesigning Senior Year
How can educators prepare more high school seniors to enter college and thrive during the first critical year? We highlight three success stories from JFF’s work guiding school district community college partnerships.
Rethinking 12th Grade: Preparing All Students for College Before College
This brief discusses the issues and solutions around ensuring all 12th graders are college and career ready, as well as state and federal policy recommendations and additional resources.
Why 12th Grade Must Be Redesigned Now—And How
How can we prepare many more young people, especially those from underserved communities, to succeed in college and careers? This first paper in a series explores why 12th grade should tie more closely to the first year of college.
Beyond Academic Readiness: Building a Broader Range of Skills for Success in College
Continuing the series on rethinking the 12th grade, this paper explores non-academic skills that demonstrate college readiness, including time management, goal setting, and self-regulation.
How High Schools and Colleges Can Team Up to Use Data and Increase Student Success
Ready or Not: It's Time to Rethink the 12th Grade High schools and colleges could help many more young people succeed if they collaborated to use the vast amount of data about our nation’s students to inform interventions and supports.
Building Student Momentum from High School into College
Elisabeth Barnett of the Community College Research Center proposes research-based markers and milestones of student momentum from 12th grade through the first year of college.