To share best practices and examples for engaging concurrent enrollment instructors and their college faculty counterparts in the discipline in effective and meaningful professional development NACEP has published this Issue Brief. Within the brief, readers will find examples from several NACEP-accredited concurrent enrollment programs representing a wide range of institutions, high school partnerships, and academic disciplines. It also offers recommendations for programs aiming to build strong collegial partnerships, an essential element of successful professional development.
Written by Elisabeth Barnett and Jennifer Kim of the National Center for Restructuring Education, Schools and Teaching (NCREST), this case study examines a multi-year effort by Memphis City Schools to scale up access to dual and concurrent enrollment across many high schools with multiple college partners, while also serving large numbers of traditionally underserved students.
This report documents the strategies that six states employ to ensure that college courses offered to high school students are of the same high quality and rigor as courses offered to matriculated college students.