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Dynamic Dimensions for Dual Enrollment

As a former principal of Middle College High School, Memphis, TN, I learned early that the college experience for high school students yields far reaching and long lasting benefits. Additionally dual enrollment is the catalyst for college affirmation. The belief system that college attainment is a rite of passage sends a clear message to students…


New Publication by Researchers from Teachers College and Rutgers University Outlines the Benefits of Dual Enrollment Programs like MCNC

Dual Enrollment: A Strategy for Educational Advancement of All Students” is a thoroughly researched publication of the Blackboard Institute that rigorously documents the benefits of dual enrollment, the name given to programs like those offered by the Middle College National Consortium that allow high school students to enroll in both high…


Enhanced Dual Enrollment System

Click here to view a larger version of this mindmap about MCNC Dual Enrollment Enhanced Dual Enrollment as a college readiness strategy Early Colleges have demonstrated gains for their target population in college preparedness but as budgets tighten in school districts and colleges, Middle College National Consortium suggests that dual


College in High School Alliance Awarded $1.2 Million To Enhance Support for Equitable and High-Quality Dual Enrollment, Concurrent Enrollment, and Early College High School

September 13, 2018, Washington, DC—The College in High School Alliance (CHSA) has been awarded $1.2 million over a two-year period to advance its goals of steering the expansion, equity, and quality focus of college in high school programs and policies nationwide. The final grant award is supported by three organizations, with $600,000 from the…


Truman School Profile

In order to draw a portrait of their school and their school’s status as a Middle College, Truman Middle College students interview Cassandra Croft, TMC Counselor. . . (I.) How many students have earned AA degrees? To my knowledge 0 students have earned actual AA degrees, but there were some students who came close, who had an entire year…


The Charles School – Academic / Political Opportunities

What’s Available?   Based on research conducted by students at The Charles School, the following early college opportunities were identified, regarding educational opportunities, admission requirements, costs, and support.   Early/Middle College Schools and Programs:   ● Akron Early College High School: At Akron Early College…


Consortium Matters: The Future

Academic landscapes are changing quickly and organizations need to make adaptations that keep them vital, growing and attractive to old and new members alike. Most importantly, they must remain relevant. With these thoughts in mind the Executive Board met at the Summer Conference 2013 and came to some difficult, but we feel exciting decisions…


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…