Applications due July 31, 2015
Concurrent enrollment programs are now a major component of rigorous high school curricula, coast to coast. NACEP is sponsoring small grants to encourage research on the impacts of this widespread model of dual enrollment.
How and where do credits earned through concurrent enrollment transfer?
What impact does concurrent enrollment have on subsequent achievement?
Is the impact of concurrent enrollment different from the impact of AP and IB programs?
Two grants of $750 each will be awarded.
Who should apply?
Individual or collaborative researchers, including graduate students, are invited to submit proposals for consideration.
Research must include the impacts of concurrent enrollment as defined by NACEP. NACEP defines concurrent enrollment as college-credit bearing courses taught to high school students by college-approved high school teachers
July 31, 2015 - Applications Due
September 15, 2015 - Decisions Announced