America Succeeds Updates
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America Succeeds Update: January 2022

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Our commitment to making big changes in our education system will not be deterred by another year of the pandemic. We’ve got a lot to do, and we’re thrilled you are by our side on this journey. Without further ado, let’s see what’s on the calendar for 2022.

We want to engage business

First up – our newest addition to our newsletter! Since we are all here to ensure all students keep learning, we figured it was best to include ourselves as students, too. Look out for more quizzes in our upcoming newsletters (don’t worry, they’ll get more difficult!), and take a look at the bottom of this email to see if you got this one right.

5 education innovation trends worth watching
Earlier this month, The Christensen Institute released an article detailing the 5 education innovation trends to watch in 2022, and we are thrilled to share Durable Skills was listed! The momentum behind this movement is picking up. If you haven’t had a chance to read the report yet, you can do so here

Do you know a business that’s ready to join the Durable Skills movement? Send them here to get started.

A quick recap of 2021, and stay tuned for our full Annual Report coming soon!
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America Succeeds officially joined the Catalyze Challenge as an affiliate partner. We are looking forward to supporting further innovation for career-connected learning. The challenge offers grants up to $500K and the second round of applications opens later this month. Learn more…

Welcome to Liz

We are excited to announce our newest team member and Communications Manager, Liz Abell! Liz comes to us as a previous educator and youth programs director, and most recently as the Manager of Communications and Outreach for a California nonprofit focused on supporting people impacted by cancer.

Read more…

The answer to today’s quiz is D. All of the above. If you missed it this time, you can always look for the answers on our website.

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