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February 2018

NACEP Webbytes: Home School Students-Providing Early College Access for All Populations

February 26 @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm

The growing trend in home education of school-aged children (ages 5-17) compels an important discussion on providing early college access for this increasing population. Statistics provided by the National Center for Education Statistics indicate that over 1.5 million students were home schooled during the 2007-2008 academic school year. By academic year 2011-12, that number had grown to include over 3% of the school-aged population. In Arkansas, the home-school population has steadily grown over the last decade. In fact, the home-school…

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March 2018

NACEP Webbytes: A Journey Through Institutional Change

March 1 @ 1:30 pm - 2:00 pm

NACEP Webbytes is a new series bringing you interesting topics in 30 minutes or less.  This webbyte features Houston Community College (HCC). HCC has undergone a total transformation institutionally over the last two years. As part of this change, HCC’s dual credit program has also been transformed. Moving from operating as five separate programs from within the institution with very limited staffing, the program now has a centralized structure, 150% increase in staffing, and standardized processes. Prior to this transformation,…

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Webinar: Dual Enrollment Marketing Panel

March 8 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

This webinar will be bringing you the top three finalist from the 2017 marketing competition to talk about best practices and how you can improve on what your program is currently doing to market to the dual enrollment population. We hope you will be able to join us for this live panel. REGISTER NOW

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Webinar: Starting the Conversation: Strengthening the Concurrent Enrollment Faculty Relationship for Student Success

March 13 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

In this discussion-oriented webinar, attendees will learn tips, tricks, and strategies for creating, and maintaining, a collaborative relationship between concurrent enrollment instructors and their college counterparts. The session will focus on four key areas of the concurrent enrollment and college faculty relationship: establishing roles, outlining expectations, determining appropriate professional development, and ascertaining rapport. We hope you will join us! REGISTER NOW

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NACEP Accreditation Mini-series Curriculum and Assessment Webinar

March 19 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

NACEP is pleased to offer a members-only monthly Accreditation Mini-series of webinars devoted to in-depth exploration of the newly revised NACEP standards. Over the course of five months, each session will be devoted to an aspect of NACEP’s national standards for concurrent enrollment partnerships that represent best practices in higher education to ensure that college courses offered in high schools are of the same high quality as courses offered on college campuses. These webinars are open to concurrent enrollment program…

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Webinar: Supporting Faculty Liaisons, A Partnership Model to Provide Quality Professional Development

March 22 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

The Concurrent Enrollment Program at Boise State has partnered with the University’s Center for Teaching and Learning to develop professional development opportunities for Concurrent Enrollment Instructors and support Faculty Liaisons in ensuring compliance with NACEP Standards. This session will provide participants with a model for partnering with other institutional units to enhance professional development and instructional alignment opportunities for faculty and CE instructors. During the process of gaining re-accreditation, the NACEP site visit report highlighted this partnership: “...we were impressed…

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May 2018

Discovery Series Webinar: TEXAS OnRamps and Innovative Dual Enrollment Models

May 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

This Discovery Series will take us to Texas. College completion is one of our nation’s most wicked educational problems. In every state in the nation, the large majority of high school students never complete a college degree. Widespread consensus points to two root problems: tuition costs and misalignment between college and high school expectations. OnRamps, The University of Texas at Austin’s dual enrollment program, addresses both problems using innovative design features. Created to drive educational change at scale, OnRamps has…

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