Update on Georgia’s Legislative Review of Dual Enrollment results in strong financial and policy support for future dual enrollment programing

This is a follow on to earlier posted articles on the State of Georgia’s Legislative review of dual enrollment programing in the state.  The committee assigned to the review traveled the state looking at several examples of DE programing and concluded with several recommendations regarding funding, definitions for outcomes and longer term commitments to support programing.  See article from The Current, In-Depth Journalism for Coastal Georgia Read More

Community College Research Center published a strong case for intentional infusion of pathway logic to Dual Enrollment Programing

This research points out the well established positive student success outcomes of dual enrollment participation, but with a strong emphasis on access and equity gaps in some student populations.  In addition to pointing out the data that supports those points, it goes a step further in suggesting even stronger outcomes where the programs incorporate career path objectives.  This furthers the trend in DE that is moving away from DE targeting strong academic achievers to DE that targets students who have […] Read More