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October 5, 2020

Does the Concurrent Enrollment Program Improve Time-To-Degree and Wages?

Colorado has invested significantly in the state’s Concurrent Enrollment Program, which provides high school students the opportunity to enroll tuition-free in postsecondary courses and earn college credits that are transferable to any Colorado public university. Concurrent enrollment is seen as a strategy for helping Colorado meet its goal of 66 percent postsecondary credential attainment among…

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October 2, 2020

The Dual Enrollment Playbook: A Guide to Equitable Acceleration for Students

This playbook is the culmination of a multi-year project analyzing data on access to and success in dual enrollment programs and visiting high school and community college partnerships in Florida, Ohio, and Washington with strong results for advancing equity through dual enrollment. The resulting findings will provide guidance to school, district, and college leaders and…

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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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June 24, 2020

Comparing the Impact of Televised and Face-to-Face Dual Enrollment Programs on Student Satisfaction and Subsequent Enrollment Choices

A concurrent enrollment partnership (CEP) offers qualified students in high school the opportunity to take university courses. A CEP is usually between a postsecondary institution and a school district. In a CEP the postsecondary institution is contracted to provide college-level courses in the district’s high schools and is called the sponsoring institution. Concurrent (dual) enrollment courses may…

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