“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 school and college courses simultaneously. Middle College National Consortium’s dual enrollment program not only allows students to experience college early, and take more challenging courses, but also is a way to assist students to go to college who are traditionally underrepresented in higher education. Read more
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