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Schools with high performing Young Men of Color
*Standard met or exceeded based off 2016 CAASPP results
*Cohort Year 2008-2009 (Outcomes by 2013-2014)
YMOC Success Factors Framework
Through our data research and one-on-one work with high-performing schools and districts, we have created a Success Factors Framework that highlights the themes and actions that consistently
lead to successful educational outcomes for young men of color. Click here to view the framework.
About College Futures Foundation
College Futures Foundation operates on the beliefs that a vibrant future for California’s economy and communities requires more bachelor’s degrees, and that every student should have the chance to
succeed in college. College Futures works to remove systemic and institutional barriers to college success, enabling students to access the knowledge, financial aid, and other resources they need
to earn college degrees and choose their own futures. The foundation aims to chart a new course for student populations who are low-income and have had historically low college success rates by changing
policies, practices, systems, and institutions in ways that better support students. Established in 2005, the foundation awards nearly $20 million in grants annually.
Together with its grantees and partners, College Futures works towards more graduates for a thriving California.
To learn more, visit www.collegefutures.org.
About The Education Trust-West
The Education Trust—West works for the high academic achievement of all students at all levels, pre-k through college by exposing opportunity and achievement gaps that separate students of color and
low-income students from other youth, and identifying and advocating for the strategies that will forever close those gaps.
To learn more, visit www.west.edtrust.org.
- National Center for Education Statistics, The Condition of Education 2015: See Disparities in Educational Outcomes Among Male Youth. Retrieved from
- Stoup, G. 2015. Using Data to Identify Emergent Inequities and the Effective Practices to Address Them. Presentation to the 2015 Strengthening Student Success Conference.