March 13, 2013
We are pleased to announce that the North Dakota based program manager has been hired for Succeed 2020. Louise Dardis will be joining the Succeed 2020 team as of April 15. As program manager, Louise will provide direct support to the regional education associations and will represent the project statewide.
Louise joins us from […]
November 28, 2012
The Succeed 2020 Fall Convening was held in Bismarck on October 24-25, 2012. Members from Regional Education Associations (REAs) were convened for further development of project implementation plans and to continue establishing common metrics and best practices across the state. Local experts from state education institutions were invited to share strategies and resources. Panel discussions, […]
July 19, 2012
North Dakota is experiencing rapid growth in a variety of critical areas, including school enrollments. On August 1, Governor Jack Dalrymple is bringing educational leaders together to discuss the current status of our schools and share best practices as we prepare for the 2012-2013 academic year. For more information, visit
June 12, 2012
On June 4 and 5, the Succeed 2020 steering committee and FHI 360 hosted a convening of Regional Education Associations (REAs) at the University of Mary. During the convening, REA and school districts data experts met to begin setting common measures. Each REA will measure impact of the Succeed 2020 project using the same data […]
April 24, 2012
The Succeed 2020 Steering Committee is proud to announce four Succeed 2020 grantees in this first round of funding. The following Regional Education Associations (REAs) will receive funding by January 2013: MREC, NESC, RESP, SEEC. The Steering Committee will support continued project development in the other four REAs through technical and financial assistance administered by […]
January 27, 2012
On January 24 and 25, the Succeed 2020 steering committee and FHI 360 hosted a Proposal Development Workshop for REAs and their planning teams in the North Dakota State Capitol. During the Workshop, REA teams gained a stronger understanding of the strategies of the initiative and spent considerable time working with their FHI 360 liaisons.