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April 15, 2020

Sharing Responsibility for College Success: A Model Partnership Moves Students to Diplomas and Degrees

In order to prepare the large number of postsecondary-educated youth our economy demands, high schools and higher education must break through the boundaries that have traditionally separated them and assume joint responsibility for student success. This brief describes an unusual school district partnership with colleges that has achieved impressive results doing just that. By redefining the…

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April 15, 2020

College Credit in High School Working Group Report

Over the past six decades, opportunities for high school students to earn college credit have multiplied. From early career and technical education offerings to the Advanced Placement Program® (AP®), to several different models of dual enrollment and early college high schools, these programs now serve millions of students each year. Surging demand from students, high…

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April 15, 2020

Differentiated Dual Enrollment and Other Collegiate Experiences

Students in Bridgeport, Connecticut and four intermediate school districts (ISDs) in Michigan have opportunities to experience themselves as college students while still in high school.1 Educators believe—and research has shown—that participating in college credit coursework while in high school increases the chances that students will graduate, go on to college, and earn a college degree….

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