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Document Number: 10341

Dual Enrollment: Helping Make College a Reality for Students Less Likely to Go -- Recommendations for Policymakers from the Concurrent Courses Initiative - A three-year study tracking outcomes for approximately 3,000 students across California shows that career-focused dual enrollment programs can provide important benefits for those who are underachieving and underrepresented in higher education. These benefits include students being: (1) More likely to graduate from high school (2) More likely to transition to a four-year college rather than a two-year college (3) Less likely to take basic skills courses in college (4) More likely to persist in postsecondary education (5) More likely to accumulate more college credits. (James Irvine Foundation, July 2012)...


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