Building a Concurrent Enrollment Teacher Pipeline: Opportunities, Challenges, and Lessons Learned
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Concurrent and dual enrollment programs have faced significant challenges in a number of states in recruiting sufficient teachers with the right credentials to teach in a dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment, or early college high school setting.
This is particularly true for partnerships that rely upon high school teachers, especially in parts of the country where accreditors have strict requirements around the credentials these high school teachers must hold in order to deliver the college content.
This new paper, in partnership with the College in High School Alliance and the Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC), developed by lead author Jennifer Zinth of Zinth Consulting LLC, provides the latest best practices, challenges and opportunities for states, colleges, and school districts looking to build a stronger pipeline for concurrent enrollment teachers.