On August 19, 2016 NACEP hosted a webinar on Dual and Concurrent Enrollment: Exploring Student Access and Equity of Outcomes in Illinois and Utah.
Over a dozen large-scale quantitative studies document positive outcomes on college access and success when students take dual and concurrent enrollment courses. Increasingly, statewide longitudinal data systems allow researchers to examine differentiated impacts for particular groups of students – enabling greater understanding of how well these programs serve low-income and minority students. Dr. Jason Taylor, Assistant Professor, Educational Leadership & Policy at the University of Utah will share results from a longitudinal study that shows how participation in dual credit in Illinois differentially impacted low-income students and minority students. He will be joined by Dr. Richard Haskell, Assistant Professor of Finance at Westminster College. Dr. Haskell will discuss findings from his research on the effects of Utah’s concurrent enrollment and early college high school programs on underrepresented students’ performance.
The Latest Research on Dual and Concurrent Enrollment: Exploring Student Access and Equity of Outcomes in Illinois and Utah
August 19, 2016
Here are the links to the two studies: