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  • NW Promise is linked with increases in the likelihood of having attendance of 90 percent or higher, graduating from high school, and enrolling in college.

  • American Indian, Black, Hispanic/Latino, FRPL eligible, and students who ever had an IEP were more equitably represented in the Regional Promise course-taking population than in the overall accelerated learning course-taking population.

  • In college-going culture, 15 of 20 area high schools now have AVID or ASPIRE, and many increased their FAFSA completion efforts.

  • NW Promise expanded accelerated learning opportunities in the region by offering new courses in Science, Writing, and Math.

  • Cross-sector partnerships were formed and stabilized, as shown through successful continuation of the program into the 2017–2019 biennium and positive feedback from partners.


For more information on the impacts of NW Promise, please read our evaluation report found here:

The number of students earning credit and credits earned through NW Promise has grown significantly since 2016-17.  In the 2017-18 school year, NW Promise had a 200% increase in the number of students earning credit and the number of credits earned from 2016-17.  In the 2018 - 2019 school year, NW Promise increased the total number of students earning dual credits by 45% and increased the number of college credits earned by 46%.

The number of students earning credit and credits earned through NW Promise has grown significantly since 2016-17.

In the 2017-18 school year, NW Promise had a 200% increase in the number of students earning credit and the number of credits earned from 2016-17.

In the 2018 - 2019 school year, NW Promise increased the total number of students earning dual credits by 45% and increased the number of college credits earned by 46%.