From the ECS State Policy Database
Postsecondary Academic Affairs--AP/IB/Dual Credit

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State Status/Date Level Summary
VISigned into law 07/2013P-12
Dual Credit Program
Bill 30-0011
Establishes a dual credit program between the Department of Education and the University of the Virgin Islands to allow high school students to enroll in academic or career-technical college-level courses, but not remedial or developmental courses, to simultan...

LAPassed 06/2013Postsec.Acceptance of Credit Earned by AP and IB Exams
S.C.R. 49
Requests that the board of regents develop a uniform policy regarding the acceptance of college credit earned through Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate exams. ...

WVAdopted 11/2005P-12
Community College
Acceptance of AP credit at Community/Technical Colleges
Title 135, Series 15,
Amends rules relating to acceptance of advanced placement credit at community and technical colleges.