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1 + Collective Impact Michigan College Access Network’s year-long grant-funded process for advanced Local College Access Networks

2 + 5 Conditions of Collective Impact Common Agenda Shared Measurement Systems Mutually Reinforcing Activities Continuous Communication Backbone Support Organization Collective Impact - By John Kania & Mark Kramer Stanford Social Innovation Review – Winter 2011

3 + MCAN Staff as Collective Impact Coaches Formal network-building support is key to long-term MCAN/LCAN success. MCAN staff learning from Strive as we go – building capacity. Diving deep into Collective Impact to coach LCANs. One-year grant funded by the Lumina Foundation. Cradle-to-Career/P-20 vs. Collective Impact

4 + The Project Strengthen current college access collaboratives and elevate them to formal, sustainable networks using Collective Impact and Strive frameworks Produce LCAN Implementation Guide by drawing upon experience of 8 LCAN Demonstration Sites. Disseminate broadly. Outcome Goals Student college readiness, enrollment, and completion outcomes consistently trending in the right direction over the long-term LCANs exhibit signs of systematic change

5 + 8 Developed LCANs as Demonstration Sites Brightmoor Montcalm-Ionia Sturgis Muskegon St. Clair Pontiac Bay Western Wayne

6 + Collective Impact Deliverables Common Agenda LCAN Dashboard Mutually Reinforcing Activities Plan Asset Map Team Charter 1-year Collaborative Action Plan Partnership Agreements Communications Plan Talking Points Communication Checklist Backbone Support Organization Plan Organizational Chart Coordinator Job Description

7 + Building an LCAN Step-By-Step Pre-Conditions: 1. Identify the problem in the community 2. Identify influential champions 3. Articulate urgency for change 4. Secure financial resources

8 + Building an LCAN Step-By-Step Planning 1. College access landscape scan 2. Gather baseline data 3. Establish initial governance structure 4. Establish common goals, shared measures and formal boundaries 5. Formalize backbone infrastructure 6. Align existing organizations to shared goals and measures 7. Create coordinated, strategic action plan focused on priority areas 8. Formalize network structure with additional levels of collaboration (Teams)

9 + Building an LCAN Step-By-Step Ongoing Implementation: 1. Systematically collect data and evaluate on a continuous process 2. Establish processes to enable active learning and course correcting LCAN should eventually embody: Formal local partnership structure Data-driven decision making Continuous improvement methodology

10 + Introduction to Brandy’s Hometown: MESA! Located in Maricopa County about 20 miles east of Phoenix Population = 430, rd largest city in Arizona, 38 th largest city in the country, and largest suburb in the country Demographics 64% White 27% Hispanic 4% Black 2% Native American 2% Asian Unified Public School System with 6 comprehensive high schools, two alternative high schools, and a couple charter/private schools. Home to ASU Polytechnic University, Mesa Community College. Other fun facts

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12 + Mesa College Access Alliance (Fictitious) Example of Collective Impact Foundational Documents

13 + Roles of Community Foundations in Collective Impact Engaging the Community Strengthening the Partnership Making Grants Building Sustainability

14 + Questions and Discussion Brandy: Ryan:


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