Building a college- and career-ready culture in every New York City public school.
Nearly one in four NYC students does not enroll in college or other meaningful postsecondary pathways after graduation. College Access for All aims to reduce the gap between high school graduation and postsecondary enrollment.
College Access for All (CA4A) is part of the mayor’s ambitious “Equity and Excellence” agenda to ensure all NYC students succeed in their postsecondary path. College Access for All is aimed at ensuring that every high school will have the resources they need to create a college- and career-ready culture that enables all students to develop a meaningful postsecondary plan. CA4A’s goal is to raise the bar of achievement for every student, shifting the focus from high school graduation to postsecondary success, and graduating students with the skills, mindsets, and long-term planning abilities required to thrive in the postsecondary pathway of their choice.