Collaborative Action Networks
Collaborative Action Networks have developed detailed action plans, with long-term strategies and shorter-term projects, which network members have agreed to undertake collectively. Network members also hold themselves accountable to goals in each strategy area and are using data to evaluate progress and make improvements every step of the way.
Early Childhood Accountability Partnership
Bernalillo County Early Childhood Accountability Partnership (ECAP) is a place-based effort to improve outcomes for children and their families, from pregnancy to age eight.
We are an active collaboration of cross-sector partners, who have committed to work together to achieve a single measurable result: All Bernalillo County children are ready for and succeed in school.
Using the guiding principles of collective impact, ECAP convenes partners committed to data-driven efforts that address the systems that perpetuate inequitable outcomes for young children...
Summer Learning Network
The Mission: Graduate Summer Learning Network undertakes projects aimed at preventing summer learning loss, and closing the opportunity gap, by connecting students and families to a range of learning opportunities while they are out of school during the summer months.
To combat learning loss, the Summer Learning Network engages summer programs, museums, libraries, schools, local food and wellness programs, and others to give children numerous opportunities to learn throughout the summer.
High School Graduation Network
The High School Graduation Network is working to increase high school graduation rates in central New Mexico.
It advocates for and works toward equitable opportunities and support for all central New Mexico students so that they have options available to graduate from high school in order to achieve their personal and career goals and improve their quality of life.
The Employment Network is working to increase educational attainment within central New Mexico’s workforce.
The group works with school district and college leaders to take action on strategies that are designed to improve the career readiness of our local graduates, while exposing them to potential careers to help them find gainful employment in central New Mexico.
The Employment Network’s activities are key, not only to helping Mission: Graduate achieve the big goal of 60,000 new college graduates by 2020, but also to keeping as many of those graduates as possible in our...