Differential Dual Enrollment and Other Collegiate Experiences – Lessons from the STEM Early College Expansion Partnership

“The STEM Early College Expansion Partnership (SECEP) was developed to increase access to dual enrollment courses and other collegiate experiences to students in traditional high schools, based on the early/middle high school model. In alignment with the practices of middle and early colleges, SECEP schools commit to enabling at least 90 percent of their students to engage in some form of college course-taking before graduation from high school”

Differentiated Dual Enrollment and Other Collegiate Experiences:

LESSONS FROM THE STEM EARLY COLLEGE EXPANSION PARTNERSHIP

By Elisabeth Barnett • March 2018

To read more from this report and learn more about MCNC’s involvement with the SECEP program grant click here.

 

MCNC’s Latest Data Report from NCREST

Over the years at MCNC, we have used the approach of “Data is our Friend” and emphasized the importance of data collection, review, and use to make data-informed, data-driven improvement decisions.  NCREST at Teachers College, Columbia University, one of our strategic partners since the start of the ECHS initiative, continues to provide data support for our organization. To see the latest data report put out by NCREST click the link below.

MCNC Data 2018.