Dual Enrollment in Perkins V State Plans
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Historically, many states and institutions have leveraged funds from the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act to help support efforts to ensure equitable early access to college courses for high school students. The most recent reauthorization in 2018 (known as Perkins V) offered states new flexibility to increase their investment in dual and concurrent enrollment as an important part of a high-quality program of study. Do expanded provisions and new flexibilities increase states’ utilization of this critical student success strategy?
Join Kate Kreamer, Deputy Executive Director at Advance CTE, and Amy Williams, NACEP’s Executive Director, to explore findings from the recently released Advance CTE resource “The State of Career Technical Education: An Analysis of States’ Perkins V Priorities.”