State Policy

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August 30, 2019

Publications on State Dual/Concurrent Enrollment Policy

Dounay Zinth, Jennifer. Increasing Student Success in Dual Enrollment Programs: 13 Model State-Level Policy Components. Denver, CO: Education Commission of the States (February 2014). Hoffman, Nancy and Joel Vargas. A Policymaker’s Guide to Early College Designs: Expanding a Strategy for Achieving College Readiness for All. Boston, MA: Jobs for the Future (October 2010). Hoffman, Nancy, Joel…

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August 30, 2019

Resources for Researching State Policy

State policy frameworks governing concurrent enrollment vary considerably among the 50 states, ranging from states with limited policies to those with considerable layers of state oversight prompted by state legislation, regulation, and policies. Some states have policies specific to concurrent enrollment partnerships where high school teachers offer college courses in their classrooms, while other policies…

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August 30, 2019

NACEP in State Policy

NACEP works with state legislators, agencies, and college and university systems to develop quality concurrent enrollment partnerships and hold them accountable to high standards.  As the only national set of standards of excellence for concurrent enrollment partnerships, NACEP’s standards serve as a model for statewide quality standards in 20 states. State policy in ten of…

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July 3, 2019

Indiana General Assembly’s 2005 Double Up for College Act

All public postsecondary institutions offering concurrent enrollment courses must earn NACEP accreditation or otherwise seek state approval from the Indiana Commission on Higher Education. Commission policy requires programs that are not accredited by NACEP to demonstrate adherence to NACEP’s standards and undergo state review.

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