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The new Course Planner is designed based on the collective feedback of dozens of clients across multiple states and will improve the overall experience within Naviance for districts, counselors, and students. Check out our on-demand webinar to learn more about the new reimagined Naviance Course Planner.
Join us for our on-demand webinar where CPS leaders share how they decreased the melt rate by 20%, leading to 1,000 more students enrolling in college.
Join us for a discussion where we examine the importance of data-based decisions in education, how to analyze college outcomes at the school and district level, and identify the activities that positively impact the desired student outcomes.
In a recent blog post, we shared that 21 schools in 13 states are participating in early access to the new Course Planner, which launched on December 16, 2019. The participating schools have played an integral part in ensuring that proper implementation and training materials were available for all clients when the new Course Planner is launched.
One of the most important decisions a student makes is what they will do after they graduate high school. Hobsons’ mission is to connect learning to life by matching students to opportunities across a lifetime of education decisions.
According to Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce, by 2020 about 65% of the jobs will require some form of education or training beyond high school. Whether students decide to go straight to a college or technical school, join the military, or enter the workforce after high school, they must understand what’s required to reach their goals.
With Naviance and data-centric counseling, Cristo Rey Jesuit High School has achieved a 100% college acceptance rate for the past 9 years, and has a college completion rate that is 3 times higher than the national average for low income students.
Township High School District 214: Aligning Curriculum to Career Pathways for Successful Transitions
Since integrating career pathways into the academic lives of students at District 214, the district more than tripled the number of students who earned dual credit in a career pathway course improving from 12% in 2013 to 40% for the class of 2018.
Chicago Public Schools is the third largest school district in the United States. Through the use of Naviance and by focusing on transitions, the district has achieved a college enrollment rate of 68%, a 13% increase in just two years, and a 36% increase since 2006.
Schools and districts are constantly evaluating and re-evaluating data within their systems. But numbers alone do not create change. Institutions need to dig deeper to find the insights within data in order to create meaningful outcomes. This white paper provides three ways educators can use data insights to create meaningful outcomes for their students.
The CCLR Budget Trends 2018 report provides an analysis of CCLR funding sources and category spending at nearly 300 schools and districts. K-12 administrators can use the report to identify funding sources, compare current spending distributions, and make adjustments as needed.
This white paper examines the need to expand the definition of college and career readiness beyond the basics. Learn about the research behind the six CCLR Framework competencies as well as implementation strategies and tips on expanding CCR in schools and districts.
Hobsons, the education technology leader and company behind Naviance, announced on September 18, 2019 that St. Charles Parish Public Schools in Luling, LA, has selected Naviance as its exclusive provider of college, career and life readiness solutions. St. Charles Parish Publics Schools is the first school district in the state of Louisiana to implement Naviance.
Hobsons, the education technology leader and company behind Naviance, announced today that Greater Albany Public School District (GAPS) in Albany, OR, has chosen Naviance as its exclusive provider of college, career, and life readiness (CCLR) solutions.
Hobsons, the leader in education technology and company behind Naviance, Intersect, and Starfish, announced today the culmination and success of its 2019 Summer Internship Program. Across Hobsons’ Arlington and Cincinnati office locations, 20 college students gained firsthand experience over 10 weeks, working in various departments across all three product lines.
For decades, the college-admissions process has been shrouded in mystery. But these days, big data, and a popular college planning tool, are taking much of the guesswork out of applying to college.
Students who use Naviance are more likely to be accepted where they apply—but may be deterred from reaching for highly selective schools.
"Tennessee ACT scores and participation rates are up, with many area school systems comparing favorably to the Class of 2018 statewide ACT average of 20.2 as systems work toward the goal of 21 by 2020."
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Learn more about how the University of Oregon uses Intersect to solve the challenges of recruiting students across the United States.
Stony Brook University was recognized by Hobsons during the Hobsons Summer Institute as the 2019 Intersect Education Advances Award winner. Learn how Stony Brook University utilizes Intersect by Hobsons to connect with best-fit students.
The College at Brockport, State University of New York (SUNY Brockport) is a nationally recognized four-year comprehensive public college focused on student success, academic quality, and exceptional value. With more than 8,000 students, Brockport describes itself as one of the most engaged campuses in the country, due in large part to their focus on student success. Learn more how SUNY Brockport leverages Starfish on their campus.