down Go Back to Our Ideas Report/Research Breaking Through: The Initiative After One Year Full Reportright At a Glance This report summarizes activities and accomplishments from Breaking Through's first year as they relate to the goal of increasing the number of low-skilled adults who succeed in postsecondary certificate and degree programs. Published oct. 29, 2013 Topics Adult Basic Education Students Postsecondary Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via Email In 2005, JFF and the National Council for Workforce Education launched Breaking Through: Helping Low-Skilled Adults Enter and Succeed in College and Careers, with funding from the C.S. Mott Foundation. The goal of the multi-year, college-based initiative is to increase the number of low-skilled adults who enter and succeed in community college-based occupational/technical certificate and degree programs. This report summarizes key Breaking Through activities and accomplishments from fall 2005 through summer 2006.