New National Hechinger Report on dual credit programing and its incredible growth in enrollment across the country

If your looking for some really great data for dual credit programing…and particularly programing hosted by community and technical colleges, this Hechinger Article does a nice job of telling a promising story of growth and impact for students and the economy Read More

WI reporter shares that 25% of high school students have participated in dual credit programing

This article has a couple of data points that are quite impressive.  It also points out the uneven distribution of dual credit program participation across the state of WI.  So, it appears  to be a great pathway for high school students – provided the programing is available in their districts.  Read the NPR story HERE Read More

The Case for improvements to dual credit programs in MN

Zeke Jackson writes a critique of the barriers built into the programs.  He cites several systemic challenges using the Post Secondary Enrollment Options or ‘PSEO’ programing as the example of those challenges.  This is a focused review of the benefits of dual enrollment and the frustrations that confound program promotors, like Zeke.  the article can be found in the Minnesota Reformer HERE Read More

A new report on the policy implications of College in High School in New York was just released – July, 2023

The State of NY has a rich history of leading program development and delivery of college credits for secondary students, but it lacks a formal policy governing program purpose and function for dual enrollment programs.  In this report by the College in High School Alliance poses recommendations to correct the gap in policy governance.  The report is linked to a 2020 report that provides significant detail on program elements and outcomes.  the link to the policy recommendations and earlier reports […] Read More