Concurrent enrollment/dual credit research has established that concurrent enrollment increases the likelihood students will attend college and succeed once they get there. However, there has been limited research on post-collegiate earnings outcomes associated with dual credit students – until now. This webinar will examine the impact dual enrollment has on students’ earnings and labor market outcomes. We will discuss the use of administrative data from the University of Texas System, as well as the unemployment insurance wage records from the Texas Workforce Commission to help postsecondary education professionals understand better what the earning outcomes may be for dual credit students by showing first- and fifth-year earnings outcomes and the types of industries in which the graduates are working. We hope you will join us.
David Troutman, Associate Vice Chancellor for Institutional Research and Advanced Analytics, The University of Texas System