April 14, 2021
NACEP’s Leadership Academy: Developing New Leaders for National Stage
NACEP’s goal in starting the Leadership Academy was to provide an avenue for professional development while exposing participants to the national conversation around dual and concurrent enrollment. NACEP is now accepting applications for the 2021-2022 Leadership Academy.read moreabout NACEP’s Leadership Academy: Developing New Leaders for National Stage
April 06, 2021
Reaching Parents in a Pandemic
Students, high school counselors, CE instructors, DE coordinators, college advisors, faculty liaisons, and DE teachers all need answers to questions as well as ongoing information and support to ensure that learners have positive college-in-high-school experiences. Parents and guardians are another group who need information in order to best guide their students into college and career tech pathways.read moreabout Reaching Parents in a Pandemic
March 11, 2021
Without Limits: A Shared Vision for the Future of Career Technical Education
Without Limits: A Shared Vision for the Future of Career Technical Education (CTE Without Limits) lays out five inter-connected and equally critical principles, foundational commitments and a call to action for national, state and local CTE leaders.read moreabout Without Limits: A Shared Vision for the Future of Career Technical Education
February 02, 2021
New Blog: Dual Enrollment in Perkins V State Plans
One foundational way that Perkins V elevates the focus on dual/concurrent enrollment is through the introduction of a new secondary program quality indicator. States can choose from three options — work-based learning, recognized postsecondary credentials (credentials of value), and postsecondary credit attainment (dual/concurrent enrollment and articulation).read moreabout New Blog: Dual Enrollment in Perkins V State Plans
The National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) works to ensure that college courses offered by high school teachers are as rigorous as courses offered on the sponsoring college campus.
As the sole accrediting body for concurrent enrollment partnerships, NACEP helps these programs adhere to the highest standards so students experience a seamless transition to college and teachers benefit from meaningful, ongoing professional development.
As the only national membership-based organization representing concurrent and dual enrollment partnerships, NACEP’s member institutions collectively engage in collegial interaction and support, program and professional development, research and advocacy.
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April 21, 2021
Initial Course-Specific Training For Concurrent Enrollment Instructors: Pandemic Pivots to New Program Practice
At the heart of the NACEP Accreditation Standards is a belief that college faculty play an integral role in ensuring parity in concurrent enrollment course content, assessments, and expectations.view details