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Dual credit opportunities and funding have increased dramatically in Idaho. State funding available for public school students to pay for dual credit has moved from zero to $4,125. There is a clear need for intentional student advising as more and more students take advantage of th
NACEP Leadership Announces Development at National Conference, Where National and State Education Leaders Emphasize the Role of Policy in Access to Quality Concurrent and Dual Enrollment
Chapel Hill, NC October 30, 2017 – At its recent national conference, The National Allia
James C. Hendrix, Ph.D., currently serves as assistant director for Ball State University’s Dual Credit Program in Muncie, Indiana A native of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, James grew up in Gary, Indiana. He received his doctorate in higher education administration from Southern Illinois
Anyone who has ever met Dr. Joni Swanson knows she is very passionate about her work and about helping students get a quality education. Joni has been one of NACEP’s dedicated volunteers for 12 years. She has served a number of roles including presenting at NACEP conferences, servi
This month's volunteer spotlight is Karen Landry, Director of College in the High School & Continuing Education, Everett Community College.
What is your best NACEP memory and why?
Only one? There are so many! If I have to pick one it would be the Jacksonville, FL
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has been accredited since 2009 and just recently became re-accredited. Mary Elizabeth Woolery, Concurrent Enrollment Coordinator at the Univer
John A. Logan Dual Credit Program is a force to be reckoned with as it is the second program in Illinois to achieve accreditation from NACEP’s Accreditation Commission. John A. Logan College