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As concurrent enrollment programs grow the number of college courses offered to high school students, they are often faced with the challenge of finding high school teachers with the appropriate credentials to teach for the college. In many states there simply aren’t enough high sc
On November 18, 2014, the New England Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NEACEP) hosted a day of professional development, The New NEASC Standards for Dual Enrollment: Understanding the Impact for Our Colleges, at Nashua Community College in Nashua, New Hampshire.
Rural students are less likely to enroll in college than their urban peers.[i] But new college credit programs have given rural students a convenient alternative path to post-secondary education. Concurrent enrollment programs – high schools off
Expanding early college programs is one of twelve strategic goals identified in the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities' Transform CSCU 2020 initiative. As a centerpiece of this effort, the twelve community colleges have embarked o