February 01, 2023
Join Us This April in Washington, DC for the 2023 Washington Policy Seminar
This annual event brings together colleagues, policy experts, and education advocates to learn about and discuss federal work influencing the field, policy trends, and upcoming legislation affecting concurrent and dual enrollment programs. The event will feature presentations from content experts including policymakers, D.C.-based education advocates, and federal agency staff.read moreabout Join Us This April in Washington, DC for the 2023 Washington Policy Seminar
December 12, 2022
Check out our NACEP Research Spotlights where the NACEP Research Commission highlights new, innovative, or seminal research on dual and concurrent enrollment (DE/CE) that we are reading. These Research Spotlights include summaries and features DE/CE research in an effort to make DE/CE more accessible to NACEP members.read moreabout Research Spotlights
December 12, 2022
New NACEP Resource: PEP Talks
PEP Talks are a field-focused resource series designed for practitioners interested in advancing equity in their programs. PEP Talks break equity work into smaller, bite-size initiatives to support increasing equitable access and participation in dual and concurrent enrollment. Take a look at our first PEP Talk, Open Education Resources: A Dual Enrollment Equity Strategyread moreabout New NACEP Resource: PEP Talks
July 19, 2022
The benefits of dual credit CTE programs in the current K–12 environment
Dual credit courses can be immensely helpful in fulfilling the undeniable need to support K–12 students as they progress through their education and begin to develop career skills. Check out this new blog from Keystone Partner, Pearson.read moreabout The benefits of dual credit CTE programs in the current K–12 environment
The National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) works to ensure that college courses offered by high school teachers are as rigorous as courses offered on the sponsoring college campus.
As the sole accrediting body for concurrent enrollment partnerships, NACEP helps these programs adhere to the highest standards so students experience a seamless transition to college and teachers benefit from meaningful, ongoing professional development.
As the only national membership-based organization representing concurrent and dual enrollment partnerships, NACEP’s member institutions collectively engage in collegial interaction and support, program and professional development, research and advocacy.