down Go Back to Our Ideas Report/Research Policy Commitments and Design Principles for Equity and Advancement College Promiseright Connecting to Careersright College in High Schoolright At a Glance JFF presents these practitioner informed policy design principles for College Promise, Career-Connected Postsecondary programs and Dual Enrollment to advise state and federal policymakers on what works to increase college and career preparedness while continuing to support and grow regional economies across our nation. Published oct. 24, 2019 Contributor Policy Leadership Trust Capabilites Design Scale Influence Topics Career Pathways Dual Enrollment/Early College Postsecondary Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via Email The changing economy promises to radically alter the way we work and learn - intensifying pressure on talent development and economic opportunities. Now more than ever, postsecondary education has to be ready to keep pace with the shifting needs of today’s students and business. To help institutions of higher education remain engines of economic mobility, certain programs and policies’ have become increasingly popular across local, state and national contexts. This spring JFF convened The Policy Leadership Trust around three of these high impact policy areas: College Promise, Better Connecting Postsecondary to Career and Dual Enrollment.By pursuing these three areas, states have an opportunity to expand college access and improve student success, increase attainment of high-quality credentials and degrees, and grow a skilled workforce—but only if they adopt policies that are thoughtfully structured and implemented. We believe that practitioners can help policymakers design policies with equity and economic advancement in mind while mitigating any unintended consequences of poorly crafted proposals.