Washington State’s House passed a bill to increase awareness and participation by students in dual enrollment programs

This brief news item and article by Thomas Metcalf at NonStop Local News for the Tri-Cities in Washington State shows very strong support in the Washington House for Dual Credit Programing.  The bill supporting this measure passed with unanimous support;  it now moves on to the Senate Chamber for action/votes. Read More

Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond reports out results of Survey regarding Dual Enrollment in the region’s Community Colleges

No surprises here in this survey reporting from the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, but it does validate the importance of dual enrollment programing with data on enrollment counts for that region’s Community Colleges.  Additional insights reflect differences and similarities between urban and rural areas and provides a graphic representation of the composition of dual enrollment by race.  This is a quick read that is very much in line with what is happening across the country in terms of dual enrollment […] Read More