Presented by: SHEEO, NACEP, and College in High School Alliance
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, states are projecting significant budget shortfalls that are likely to lead to cuts to all kinds of programs and services, including education. These projected cuts may have implications for how states fund college in high school programs such as dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment, and early college high schools. The decisions that states make moving forward about funding for these programs could have big consequences for efforts to improve equitable participation. Join the College in High School Alliance, National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships, and SHEEO for a conversation about funding dual enrollment in a post-COVID budget environment.
- Denise Pearson, Vice President of Academic Affairs and Equity Initiatives, SHEEO
- Amy Williams, Executive Director, NACEP and Steering Committee, CHSA
- Jennifer Zinth, Principal, Zinth Consulting LLC
- Brock Astle, Advanced Opportunities Coordinator, Idaho State Department of Education
- Dana Kelly, Student Affairs Program Manager, Idaho State Board of Education