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March 1, 2021

Research Demonstrates Colorado’s Strategic Investment in Concurrent Enrollment Yields Significant Equity Results

Let’s face it, 2020 was a tumultuous year with a busy news cycle day in and day out. As a result, a lot of outstanding work didn’t get the attention it deserved. Fortunately, our October event Connect 2020: The NACEP Digital Forum provided a platform to share.  Today’s post summarizes some exciting findings from Colorado…

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December 3, 2020

Dual or Concurrent Enrollment in Public Schools in the United States

The report, just released by IES at US Department of Education, explores the relationship between program funding and availability of dual/concurrent enrollment in public schools by both community type (city, suburb, town, rural) and the school’s percentage of FRPL students (Free or Reduced Price Lunch). The study uses data from the public school questionnaire of the…

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June 17, 2020

COVID-19 Will Disrupt Early Postsecondary CTE Credit Attainment; Don’t Make Learners Bear the Burden

The last weeks of March were a test of adaptability for the nation’s education institutions. Over the span of weeks, school districts, community/technical colleges and area technical centers had to amend remote learning policies amid unprecedented school closures. The rapid pace at which systems and institutions have adapted to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic has been…

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April 16, 2020

Funding Early College: Hold Harmless or Share Commitment

Early college high schools are a promising but expensive pathway to college readiness. Most such schools are supported with state funds and/or grants. This descriptive case study presents an early college program, now in its fourth year in a traditional high school, in which the families, high school and local community college shared the entire cost. Data from document…

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