States push to improve access, quality in dual-enrollment programs
from Education Week
A new database shows that 47 states and the District of Columbia now have state laws that allow dual-enrollment programs, with an increasing push for stronger requirements to ensure wide access and better quality. The Education Commission of the States this week unveiled the database, which explains how each state regulates dual-enrollment programs, which enable students to take college courses and earn credit while they are still in high school.
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