Concurrent Enrollment Review – a new publication for the profession and practice of concurrent enrollment

CER has announced a Call for Papers with a thematic focus on the origens, and evolution of DE/CE and how particular aspects impact current administrative practices, pedagogy and student learning.  The deadline to submit is January 17, 2023 and additional information on theme can be found at Suggested Themes Read More

Teacher Shortages and Shortages in Support Staffing are Lingering or Exasperated After initial Impacts of Covid

This teacher shortages article in the Hechinger Report confirms teacher and support staff shortages are still impacting school operations, but that the numbers may be reflecting several aspects of the overall labor market, including regional/sub-regional pockets of heightened shortages of teachers.  Covid remains a significant factor in building back teacher volume, but that may be mixed with other factors. Read More

Dept. of Education sees Dual Credit as a key to academic and career pathways

this blog From HOMEROOM- the official blog of the US DOE holds some recent research links and input from DOE, NACEP, P-20 leadership, about the potential for dual credit programing in elevating all students access to postsecondary pathways.  The links included in the blog provide contemporary evidence of the benefits accrued by dual credit students – but they also point out a change in thinking about bringing equity and access forward in considering programing, and underrepresented student populations. Read More