Pathways to Results Introductory Video
Pathways to Results (PTR) is aimed at improving student transitions to and through postsecondary education and into employment. It empowers organizations to use methods, templates and tools to continuously improve pathways and programs of study by addressing inequities in student outcomes. Enhanced outcomes for students, programs, organizations, and systems is the ultimate goal of PTR.
To learn more about PTR, we suggest browsing through this website, or by reading the following “PTR at a Glance” briefs:
- Pathways to Results (PTR) (Color | Black & White)
- PTR Processes
The framework for PTR is grounded in the Equity Scorecard® and related work of The Center for Urban Education (http://cue.usc.edu) led by Drs. Estela Bensimon and Alicia Dowd. We value their insights, encouragement and support of OCCRL’s work on PTR.
- Pathways to Results starts fifth year in OCCRL’s new Chicago office
Written by Nick Melrose | October 22, 2013
- “Initial encounters with the PTR Process – A TAACCCT viewpoint”
Written by Donna Tonini | August 19, 2013
- Pathways to Results: Equity, Inclusion, and Rising to the Challenge | October 17, 2013