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Differentiated Dual Enrollment and Other Collegiate Experiences

At a Glance

The evidence speaks for itself: when high school students participate in college-credit-bearing coursework, they are more likely to graduate high school, go to college, and earn a degree.

Published apr. 24, 2018
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  • Ensuring Equity in Advancement

Lessons From The STEM Early College Expansion Partnership 

Educators and researchers agree: When high school students participate in college-credit-bearing coursework, they are more likely to graduate high school, go to college, and earn a degree. However, dual/concurrent enrollment opportunities are often only given to students who are already succeeding in school.

With a focus on the STEM Early College Expansion Partnership, this report explores what happens when these opportunities, and other college-going experiences, are offered to all students, including those who are on the fence about attending college.