The Tacoma College Support Network gathers once a month and convenes organizations and individuals all working together to support our students through their educational and post secondary careers. TCSN is dedicated to increasing the number and percentage of Tacoma Public Schools graduates, especially students of color and those impacted by poverty, who enroll in a right-fit college or technical school the year after graduation and who successfully complete a degree or technical certificate.
For meeting agendas and notes, please go here: https://drive.google.com/drive/u/2/folders/1z1jFkXJiQ3kHc7oyI5x9i81RsAKjVuhf
The Tacoma College Support Network (TCSN) is one of five networks that are part of the Graduate Tacoma Movement. In addition to TCSN, there is Early Learning Reading Network (ELRN), Out of School and Summer Learning (OSSLN), STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math), and Graduate Tacoma Advocacy Network (GTAN).
The Graduate Tacoma movement is 350+ community partners strong. We are parents and educators, early learning and higher education, business and labor, youth and community service, civic and philanthropy, local government and communities of faith – all aligning our work together to impact student success.
FFTS helps align organizations, institutions, and individuals around positive outcomes for students cradle to career. We do this through connecting & convening to engage in coordinated effort, data transparency & analysis to ensure informed strategies and outcomes, professional development & continuous improvement in order to provide research backed interventions, aligned funding to secure community informed tactics, and policy/advocacy to cement systematic change.