As a thought leader in aligning multiple educational partners around the common goal of improving equitable access to postsecondary readiness and outcomes, the Learning Collaborative Institute is widely recognized for its pioneering work and unparalleled student outcomes and regularly hosts events, speaks to media, shares learnings with funders, and presents its knowledge to professional and scholarly colleagues.


“Regional Learning Collaborative is the kind of change we need in California for education equity.”


The Regional Learning Collaborative (now known as LC @Pomona) was awarded the 2022 California Educational Research Association (CERA) Research-Practice Partnership Award for exemplary collaboration between researchers and practitioners resulting in improved student equity outcomes in California.


Dr. Nazanin Zargarpour was featured on NPR to talk about LCI’s work with National College Attainment Network to get students to enroll/re-enroll in college during the pandemic.


National College Attainment Network and Kresge Foundation provide grant to LC @Pomona to provide college advising resources to Pomona students to bolster post-secondary enrollment and persistence.

Watch this informative webinar to hear California Competes Executive Director, Dr. Su Jin Jez; Foundation President Peter Taylor of ECMC; and Dr. Lande Ajose, Governor Newsom’s senior policy advisor for higher education, advocate for the kind of intersegmental work the RLC has pioneered effectively since 2015.