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November 14, 2019

University of Texas System Dual Credit Study: Dual Credit and Success in College

This Dual Credit study sheds light on how dual credit programs affect graduation rates and student debt, as well as the pros and cons of dual credit from both student and faculty perspectives. The study also looks at the consequences of the exponential enrollment growth in dual credit programs, among other factors. Dual credit programs…

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August 30, 2019

Fast Facts on Dual and Concurrent Enrollment

Ten Percent of High School Students Are Taking College Courses 1.4 million high school students took over 2 million college courses from post-secondary institutions nationwide in 2010-11. This represents 10% of highschool students, higher in upper grades given the vast majority of students taking these classes are Juniors and Seniors. In Iowa, half of high…

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August 30, 2019

Expanding Access to Dual Enrollment and College: A Case Study of Memphis City Schools

Written by Elisabeth Barnett and Jennifer Kim of the National Center for Restructuring Education, Schools and Teaching (NCREST), this case study examines a multi-year effort by Memphis City Schools to scale up access to dual and concurrent enrollment across many high schools with multiple college partners, while also serving large numbers of traditionally underserved students….

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August 30, 2019

Research on Dual and Concurrent Enrollment Student Outcomes

Below you will find links and summaries of major reports and studies on dual and concurrent enrollment. Included are a few of the growing number of rigorous, quantitative, large-scale studies on the academic outcomes achieved by students who took college courses while in high school. Most of these studies include concurrent enrollment as well as…

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