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How TES affects student success and educator resources


The TES tool has been shown to improve UC/CSU eligibility rates in some of California’s most under-resourced communities.

Schools participating in TES for two consecutive years had increased enrollment eligibility for CSU by 8 percent, and for UC by 8.6 percent.

After four consecutive years, student eligibility at TES high schools increased for CSU by 32.1 percent, and for UC by 21.6 percent.

Overall, students at TES schools completing “a-g” courses increased by 7.8 percent after two years, and by 35.7 percent after four years.