About MCAN's Impact Map
Welcome to the Impact Map, brought to you by the Michigan College Access Network! This online resource for educators, administrators, legislators, and college access professionals displays student and community outcome data by ISD, county, region, legislative district and state connected to increasing attainment. By sharing these metrics widely, we can use this data to inform decisions as we collectively work to increase postsecondary attainment in Michigan.
With the ability to navigate between geographies, the Impact Map gives users the ability to compare schools, ISDs or regions with others across Michigan along key metrics. Through the Community Assets tab, you can find details about specific community programs such as Promise Zones, Michigan’s Local College Access Networks (LCANs), and information related to the engagement of colleges and high schools in strategies geared towards increasing attainment in Michigan. The Impact Map provides users with tools to connect their community with valuable resources and information.
While knowing and understanding this information is important, we hope that you will take the data and advocate for change in Michigan. Join the movement and support our mission of reaching Sixty by 30.
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The Michigan College Access Network would like to thank the Center for Educational Performance and Information for providing crucial data for the Impact Map.
As the leader in the state’s college access movement, MCAN works to improve the futures of Michigan’s students and communities by making college accessible to all. MCAN’s work centers on one main goal: To increase Michigan’s postsecondary educational attainment rate to 60% by 2030. MCAN engages partners statewide who are committed to systems-level change and the reduction of barriers to increase college readiness, participation and completion rates, particularly among low-income students, first-generation college-going students, and students of color. MCAN has helped Michigan’s postsecondary attainment rate increase for the 10th consecutive year.