College in High School Alliance Update

CHSA is excited to launch the first in a new series of briefs that helps explain the ways in which college in high school programs like dual enrollment and early college interact with wider education policy discussions. In partnership with Advance CTE, a member of CH SA’s Steering Committee, CHSA has today published Allies in Postsecondary & Career Success: Career Technical Education Pathways & College in High School Programs that examines the interaction between college in high school programs and […] Read More

Graduate Credit Quest – Teacher Tutorial

Are you a teacher looking for assistance using the Graduate Credit Quest platform? If so, then this tutorial is for you! Graduate Credit Quest is a tool to help teachers, graduate schools, and concurrent enrollment coordinators accelerate concurrent enrollment credentialing for teachers across the twelve MHEC states. The first thing you’ll want to do is click the SIGN UP link on our main page at http://www.graduatecreditquest.org. This will take you to a pop-up window. Graduate Credit Quest is designed for […] Read More

Report: Understanding Access to and Participation in Dual Enrollment by Locale and Income Level

This REL Central report details patterns in dual enrollment access and participation in the 2017/18 school year for the REL Central region states and the region overall and describes how access and participation varied by school locale and percentage of students from low-income households. For the full report, click here! Read More

Report: Intentional Acts of Dual Enrollment

Advance CTE’s newly released communications research indicates that learners who participate in CTE are more prepared for and more likely to plan to complete college. When states build more cohesive systems where college in high school programs are fully counted, valued and portable, learners have more equitable paths to college and career success. This brief provides four key strategies to achieve this goal and highlights effective programs in Ohio, Tennessee and Utah: Advancing buy-in and systems alignment through institutional partnerships; Building robust […] Read More

Higher Learning Commission Extends Deadline For Dual Credit Instructors

Given the impact of the pandemic, the HLC has extended the deadline for achieving credentials to teach dual credit classes. For more information, please visit the HLC website.     Read More