The ADP Network

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To make college and career readiness a priority in the states, in 2005, Achieve launched the American Diploma Project (ADP) Network.

Starting with only a handful of states, the Network has now grown to include 35 states educating 85 percent of all U.S. public school students. Through the ADP Network governors, state education officials, postsecondary leaders and business executives work together to improve postsecondary preparation by aligning high school standards, graduation requirements and assessment and accountability systems with the demands of college and careers.

To close the expectations gap, ADP Network states have committed to the following four actions:

Although all Network states are committed to a common set of key policy priorities, there's no one-size-fits-all approach. Each state has developed its own action plan for carrying out the agenda.

American Diploma Project Network States

American Diploma Project Network States