(September 20, 2017) “In 2002, 1.2 million students were earning college credits while still in high school. A decade later, the number of those participating in dual enrollment courses had almost doubled, hitting 2 million, according to the most recent federal data. And as a 2015 ACT policy brief detailed, the programs continue growing.
Colleges and universities in 47 states engage with school district partners to offer dual enrollment programs, in which courses are taught on college campuses, at high schools or online. However, with the explosive growth of dual enrollment—also referred to as early college—have come questions about their value.” Continue reading at universitybusiness.com