Tennessee Public Technical Colleges Kickoff ATD Work

The 27 Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology (TCAT) began their work with ATD during a weeklong virtual Kickoff Institute tailored specifically for TCAT college teams. The Kickoff Institute includes an introduction to ATD’s approach, a capacity-building framework and companion self-assessment tool that enables college teams to pinpoint their strengths and identify areas for improvement. The teams will work with their ATD coaches to begin planning for the integration and alignment of their student success reform work and will develop a roadmap for moving forward. The Kickoff program focuses specifically on integrating ATD with other state priorities for student success, including Strategic Enrollment Management.

Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology Begin Their ATD Work

The 27 Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology (TCAT) began their work with ATD during a weeklong virtual Kickoff Institute tailored specifically for TCAT college teams.

The Kickoff Institute includes an introduction to ATD’s approach, a capacity-building framework and companion self-assessment tool that enables college teams to pinpoint their strengths and identify areas for improvement. The teams will work with their ATD coaches to begin planning for the integration and alignment of their student success reform work and will develop a roadmap for moving forward. The Kickoff program focuses specifically on integrating ATD with other state priorities for student success, including Strategic Enrollment Management.

When the TCAT Kickoff Institute concludes on October 6, each college team will be able to:

  • Understand the ATD framework for building sustainable institutional capacity to improve equitable outcomes for all students.
  • Develop a work plan to analyze data to identify strengths, gaps and opportunities to expand enrollment and increase equitable outcomes in support of the Strategic Enrollment Management plan.
  • Develop a communication plan to share what you have learned and convey how your college will build support and engagement for the student success work among faculty, staff and administrators.

The Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology are part of the public College System of Tennessee, governed by the Tennessee Board of Regents. All 13 community colleges in the system previously joined the ATD Network.

 

 

 

 

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