The Success Network Organizers are thrilled to welcome the Southern Illinois Region as our newest Leadership Community. The regional team, led by SI Now, brings expertise in employer engagement and regional convening, and we look forward to sharing their experiences with communities across the state.
As we take collective action to equitably increase postsecondary attainment across Illinois, the Success Network is dedicated to helping equip our Leadership Communities with robust tools to help the regions identify goals and make informed decisions. To that end, we are now releasing an updated version of the Success Network Dashboard. Prior to relaunching the […]
In 2022, the Success Network expanded its reach and impact through thoughtful convenings, engagement with students, new supports and funding opportunities for Leadership Communities, and the launch of a new policy committee.
Meet the seven new members of the Success Network’s Student Advisory Council.
Congratulations to all the school districts who awarded College and Career Pathway Endorsements to 596 students in the Class of 2022. We’re thrilled to share that more than 500 of those students are from our Success Network Leadership Communities.
Illinois’ leading postsecondary attainment network announces a new name, the Illinois Education and Career Success Network.
In this webinar, recorded on September 28, 2021, the Illinois 60 by 25 Network Organizers and our partners discuss strategies to engage adult learners to increase postsecondary attainment equity in Illinois.
The Illinois 60 by 25 Network has designated Boone County as a new Leadership Community.
Representatives from East St. Louis School District 189 and Township High School District 214 in the Northwest suburbs of Chicago shared how they have implemented trauma-informed practices in their districts in partnership with the Illinois Federation of Teachers and community partners.
Hear about the strategies and resources East St. Louis School District 189 and Township High School District 214 are using to support the needs of students and community members as they deal with challenges related to COVID-19, racial unrest, and adjusting to remote learning.