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First recognition of programs in Colorado, Georgia, and West Virginia that demonstrated high levels of academic oversight for college courses taught by high school instructors
May 2, 2018, Chapel Hill, NC - The National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP
In accordance with NACEP's commitment to public disclosure and the Accreditation Commission's Policy and Procedures Manual, this Record of Decision documents the formal actions taken by the NACEP Accreditation Commission at its spring meeting beginning April 5, 2017 and
Victoria Zeppelin Lends Her Talent with the NACEP Accreditation Commission
Whenever an organization has gone under the accreditation process the past few years, one gentle, guiding voice that has been there to help them along the way has been Victoria Zeppelin, Director of <
Legislators in the state of Illinois declared the week of March 18-24, 2018 to be Dual Credit Week
Many people have seen Devonna James’ beautiful smile as they approach the registration table at the NACEP National Conference. Her positive demeanor emanates through everything she does. She has been volunteering for NACEP since 2013.
James recently started a new position as
This month's highlighted accredited program features the staff at the College of Western Idaho. Watch the video below to hear how this program works together to help high school students receive quality college courses.
Dianne Lassai Barker, Secondary Education Initiatives State Coordinator for the Technical College System of Georgia, has a way of making a person feel immediately comfortable. She is resourceful, has a keen sense of how to deal with policy issues, has been an instrumental leader as
NACEP works with state legislators, agencies, and college and university systems to develop quality concurrent enrollment partnerships and hold them accountable to high standards. As the only national set of standards of excellence for
A new report from Jobs For the Future (JFF) profiles strategies to overcome the shortage of qualified high school instructors who can teach college courses through concurrent enrollment,