Butte County Education Leaders Make a Promise to Butte County Students
Butte County Office of Education
Thursday, February 01, 2018
In a ceremony at Little Chico Creek School, education and business leaders in Butte County joined together to sign the Butte Promise. We will work together to help Butte County students find and stay on the path to certifications or degrees, meaningful civic life and productive careers.
this challenge, we commit to the following goals:
exceptional education from preschool to graduate school that prepares Butte
County students for successful engagement in the regional and global economies;
the percentage of Butte County high school students who are prepared for and
attend college directly from high school;
3. Increase the percentage of Butte College students who earn
associate’s degrees and/or career certificates;
the percentage of Butte College students who successfully transfer to
California State University, Chico or another four-year institution;
the percentage of Butte County students who graduate from California State
University, Chico or another four-year institution with a bachelor’s degree
and/or advanced degree;
the ability of our educational systems to meet employer needs;
civic engagement and community service;
educational achievement gaps between ethnic groups and special populations.
Visit http://www.butte.edu/buttecountypromise/ to learn more about the Butte Promise and those involved.