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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 address a wide range of dual enrollment opportunities regardless of location or instructor. In many states, public university and/or college systems play a key role in establishing policies and influencing concurrent enrollment practice among individual institutions.