Benefits to Selected
CCTI will provide a planned framework for working
with other leading site partnerships committed to enhancing college
and career transition strategies and programs of study, and to
improving academic performance of students at both the secondary
and postsecondary levels.
of the major benefits derived from CCTI participation include
Promising Practices and Lessons Learned.
CCTI site partnerships will share the ideas, challenges,
resources, and documents they have developed at each point
in their journeys and will form new alliances with and among
to Systemic Change at the Local, State, Regional, and/or
CCTI site partnerships will be able to benefit from their
participation by linking with existing projects or launching
new projects to improve the preparation of students for
postsecondary and career success.
Recognition and Providing Leadership.
CCTI site partnerships’ best practices will be featured
at the League's two international conferences and in the
League's many publications, a CCTI website, and a series
of special monographs. These best practices may also be
the focus of project partner publications and websites.
CCTI site partnerships will provide leadership for other
educational institutions by sharing transition strategies,
programs of study, and best practices through consultations,
conferences, and publications.
Technical Assistance. The expertise of a number of
internationally renowned partners and advisors will be made
available to CCTI site partnerships.
CCTI site partnerships will receive up to $150,000 for first-year
activities, to help reimburse or offset required and voluntary
project costs. Funding will be provided in subsequent years
of the project contingent upon the availability of federal
appropriations and project design. The project period is
planned for five years, depending upon the availability
of federal appropriations beyond the first year.