Postsecondary State Network — Jobs for the Future

Last Updated: 04/23/2024

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The Postsecondary State Network, also known as the Postsecondary Network (PSN), was convened twice annually by Jobs For the Future (JFF) from 2012 through 2019. The Network includes the 16-state Student Success Center Network, state community college systems, individual community colleges, and others providing postsecondary education and training.

The Network’s focus areas include advancing policies and practices to accelerate community college completion and the earning of credentials with value in the labor market. The PSN embraced guided pathways as a best practice for institutional transformation and improved student outcomes. This work is reflected in the guidance provided by the Pathways Collaborative, of which JFF is a founding partner.

Resources

Guided Pathways Resource Center

Making College Work for Students and the Economy: A State Policy Roadmap (December 2019) - PDF

Pathways Collaborative

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