In Central Texas, only 8% of middle schoolers from low-income communities go on to earn a college degree of any kind. How can we work together to move the needle? The Breakthrough Honor Roll is offering three free, virtual programs featuring education experts as well as first-generation college graduates. Attend one session or all three and learn about the ways Breakthrough is promoting education as a path to a more equitable Central Texas.
TUESDAY, APRIL 20, 12:00 – 1:00 PM
BT201: Breakthrough’s New School-Wide Model is Here
What would it mean if every single student and teacher on a campus were given the resources, expert guidance, and personalized coaching to make college dreams a reality? Hear more about the newly-launched Postsecondary School-Wide Advising Program (PSAP) and consider how a school-wide approach, customized to meet the needs of the school and its community, can lift postsecondary outcomes for all students on campus.
TUESDAY, MAY 4, 12:00 – 1:00 PM
BT301: Advancing Educational Policy at the 87th Texas Leg
What policies at the current Texas Legislative Session promote postsecondary access and success for first generation students? Join this session to learn about Breakthrough’s current advocacy and policy approach and dive into a student and practitioner-centered examination of one current policy opportunity.
What’s the Honor Roll?
The Breakthrough Honor Roll is a community of individuals and families that help ensure children from low-income Central Texas communities have the opportunity to realize their dreams of becoming the first in their families to earn a college degree. Learn more.
Join the Honor Roll today and attend the Spring Membership Social on May 13th celebrating Breakthrough graduates realizing their college dreams.