4 ways to build a good program for college credit in high school
from Education Week
Programs that offer high school students the chance to earn college credit should be designed with four key principles in mind to ensure high quality, according to a report. The popularity of dual-enrollment courses and other programs that confer college credit has soared in recent years. But as their popularity has grown, so has awareness of their problems. Weak courses that don't measure up to college standards. A patchwork of varying requirements for teachers who teach them. Disappointment when promised credits don't transfer.
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