Over the past decade, Texas has focused on ensuring that its students are prepared for a changing and increasingly complex future.College readiness is the level of preparation a student must attain in English language arts and mathematics courses to enroll and succeed, without remediation, in an entry-level general education course for credit in that same content area for a baccalaureate degree or associate degree program (HB3).
College and Career Ready Metrics
(Impacting CCMR Accountability and HB3 Funds)
Student achievement status on state tests
Student growth on state tests
English language acquisition
Four-year graduation rate
Additional graduation rates (five or more years)
Re-engagement of dropouts
Other, such as the percentage of students earning a GED certificate
Participation in advanced course work, including AP or IB
classes or dual enrollment
Performance on college entry exams such as SAT, ACT, ACCUPLACER, or COMPASS
Career preparedness participation, including completing career and technical education classes or WorkKeys assessments and participating in job training
State exit-level or college placement test
Topics covered will include:
How to Reduce Cost of Higher Education,
Importance of test scores & performance (SAT/ACT/TSI/AP/Dual Credit)
CCR Counseling and Support,
Real CCR Model/Programs
How to Have 100% of Seniors Apply to College,
How to Build Competitive Application Packets!
Register @ Walkhard.org.
Joe Fuentes, M.A.
Certified Principal Mid Management,
Certified College & Career Readiness
Administrator & Advisor, SAT/ACT/TSI
Administrator, Certified Dual Credit & AP
McAllen Public Library
4001 N. 23rd St. McAllen, TX 78504
Friday, October 2019
9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
Donations support local Head Starts!
- Start Date09:30am 20 Nov 2019
- End Date03:30pm 20 Nov 2019
- VenueMcallen, Texas
- LocationUnited States