Urgency for Change:
The 21st Century global economy demands a workforce with an education beyond high school. By 2020, 70% of jobs in Michigan will require a formal education. In order to build and sustain a vibrant economy and healthy community, Out-Wayne County school districts must ensure that 60% of residents will have a postsecondary degree or valuable credential by 2025.
The Wayne County College Access Network will mobilize local, regional, and national organizations and resources to:
- Provide adequate educational support to all learners and create a college-going culture in all out- Wayne county schools.
- Lower systematic barriers preventing students from pursuing education beyond high school.
- Improve coordination of higher education access services, particularly to those who come from low-income families or who are first in their families seeking postsecondary attainment.
Help us reach our goal, 60% of Out-Wayne County residents will obtain a postsecondary degree, technical certification, or valuable credential by 2025.
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By 2025, 60% of Out-Wayne County residents will obtain a postsecondary degree, technical certification, or valuable credential.