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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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July 29, 2020

A National Snapshot: How Students Experience and Perceive Transferring Earned Credit

A new study focusing on how students around the country experience the credit transfer process points to the importance of academic advising and clear communication from institutions. Dual enrollment courses have a role in the credit loss story for almost a third of students who lost credit. Read More

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March 25, 2020

NGA Education Topic Papers: A Governor’s Dual Enrollment Framework for Success

Dual enrollment, which is referred to by many names including “college in high school” programs, offers states an opportunity to begin overcoming these challenges.iv These programs rely on a partnership between school districts and institutions of higher education to allow high school students to enroll in college courses that lead to transcripted credit. Students who…

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January 17, 2020

Education Commission of the States (ECS) 2019 Policy Snapshot

The Policy Snapshot captures 2019 legislation focused specifically on access to dual enrollment courses. It identifies four themes in enacted legislation across the states, including reducing costs for students, removing barriers to participation, expanding student eligibility and increasing qualified educators. The snapshot shows the high levels of interest in dual enrollment across the country; at…

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