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NACEP works to ensure that college courses taught by high school teachers are as rigorous as courses offered on the sponsoring college campus. As the sole national accrediting body for concurrent enrollment partnerships, NACEP helps these programs adhere to the highest standards so students experience a seamless transition to college and teachers benefit from meaningful, ongoing professional development. To advance the field and support our national network of members, we actively share the latest knowledge about best practices, research, and advocacy. Our annual conference is the premier destination for college officials, high school leaders, policymakers, and researchers interested in creating an effective academic bridge between high school and college.
At the October NACEP National Conference, keynote speaker Michelle Cooper of the Institute for Higher Education Policy encouraged NACEP members to get engaged in their respective states in educating and informing
State and federal legislatures and education departments continue to create legislation and policies affecting the future of concurrent enrollment programs and other models of early college access within their state borders. The NACEP Governmental
Over the last two years, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and his staff have publicly stated their support for dual and concurrent enrollment and have worked to incorporate dual and concurrent enrollment into administrative policy and legis