Newsletter for Higher Ed Partners

We hope everyone had a nice holiday break and a good start to 2023!

Texas College Bridge engagement stats with students, districts and higher partners are looking better than ever, and we have a lot planned for this spring to share with you – including results from the first independent evaluation of our program.

2022/2023 Engagement Updates

ISD participation:

More than 550 districts have signed agreements to participate in Texas College Bridge.

Students taking courses: Almost 60,000 students are enrolled in Texas College Bridge with more than 38,000 active English courses and 43,000 active Math courses.

IHE participation:

Texas College Bridge courses are now accepted by 88 Texas colleges and universities – that includes more than 90% of community colleges across the state.

Upcoming Events

Evaluation Results Webcast on Tuesday, February 7

How well does Texas College Bridge prepare students for higher education?  

That’s the important question we’ll be addressing on a special webcast presentation on Tuesday, February 7 at 1:00 p.m.  

We hope you will be able to join us to hear the results of the first independent evaluation of our program.

To register for this special event, click the button below.

Register Here 

IHE Leaders PLC on Tuesday, February 21

To support our partners in higher education, we will be hosting a PLC session for IHE contacts on February 21 at 9:00 a.m.

The PLC is an ongoing focus for the higher ed community to exchange ideas and explore best practices for Texas College Bridge. 

We appreciate your participation and hope you will join us!

Register Here

Reminder: Resources for Higher Ed Partners

The Texas College Bridge website includes resources for our partners in Higher Ed. 

In addition to a one-page Checklist for implementation you’ll also find a toolkit filled with content and graphics to support your communications outreach about the program.

View Resources
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