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Thriving is defined as “growing vigorously.” Certainly, NACEP accreditation is a hurdle that many programs strive for, but it is not a finish line in any sense. The 42-year-old Cooperative Academic Partnership Program (CAPP) at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has been accredi
Just like the musical act Peter, Paul and Mary, the quartet of concurrent enrollment professionals, Peter Hilts, Paul Finch, Mary Perez, and Dr. Louis Fletcher from Colorado Springs
Many of you may be wondering why evaluation (known in NACEP accreditation world as the E standard) is important for your program. How can you get people to respond to your survey? Bretton DeLaria, Four-Year Post Secondary Institutional Representative for NACEP's Accreditation Commi
First Programs in States of South Dakota and Michigan Demonstrate High Levels of Academic Oversight for College Courses Taught by High School Instructors
May 1, 2017, Chapel Hill, NC - The National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) Accreditation Commiss
As Jefferson College began our self-study for NACEP accreditation, two areas of focus for improvement were the manner in which we were training new concurrent enrollment instructors (Standard F2) and providing ongoing professional development (St
This month's volunteer spotlight is Bretton DeLaria, NACEP Accreditation Commissioner and Director of the 1818 Advanced College Credit Program - Saint Louis University.
Missoula College of the University of Montana is hosting a two-day regional conference of the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships, bringing together 150 education professionals from high schools, community and tribal colleges, universities, and state agencies. A
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.
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