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During the summer of 2015, Western Kentucky University’s Dual Credit program provided fifteen high school students with a rare opportunity to not only take a college course for university credit, but to also immerse themselves in the subject in New York City.
Through a colla
Bretton DeLaria, Four-Year Post Secondary Institutional Representative for NACEP's Accreditation Commission, and Director of the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program at Saint Louis University, continues his series, "Ask A Commissioner." This installment explores what the F Standar
Lynn Burbank recently retired from her position as director of the Continuing Education Department at the University of Minnesota Duluth. She led its College in the Schools program through initial NACE
More than 35 national organizations join effort to advance policies that support dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment, and early college high school opportunities
A new policy coalition launched on Capitol Hill today to advocate for policies that increase student access t
OADEP’s (Ohio Alliance of Dual Enrollment Partnerships) story begins in late 2009. A group of practitioners, having met at the NACEP conference, began meeting three to four times a year. There was initially about 15 of us, from both higher education and K-1
This month Amy Haggerty, former Director, College Connections at Jamestown Community College (JCC), explains how improving training and professional development for concurrent enrollment instructors revitalized JCC’s program. Read more about how Amy and her team succeeded in this a
Leaders of the newly-established College in High School Alliance shared guidance for st
This month NACEP highlights Jeanne Guerrero, Program Director in the Office of Admissions for the University of Louisville. Jeanne was invaluable in helping the staff of NACEP with the 2016 National Conference.
Jeanne helped with a lot of the logistics of the conference this
We are very excited to bring you a new series in our blog called "Ask a Commissioner" where NACEP commissioners will answer questions about the accreditation process. Special thanks to Bretton DeLaria, Four-Year Post Secondary Institutional Representative who put much time and effo