New York's early college high school model gains traction in other states
from Albany Business Review
As New York fine-tunes its plan for the early college high schools, the model is gaining momentum in other states. There are 16 public-private partnerships in New York that are developing six-year programs where students will earn both a high school diploma and an associate degree. The programs, known as P-TECH or pathways in technology early college high schools, focus on giving students an edge when competing for high-skill jobs in technology, manufacturing and healthcare.
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