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States Move to Require the FAFSA for High School Graduation

High school students in three states — Illinois, Louisiana and Texas — already or will soon face a new graduation requirement: completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Lawmakers in at least another…

 

  February 14, 2020

  Blog Post

  High School

  Unassigned

  Finance

Getting Serious About Equity in Dual Enrollment Programs

College-in-high-school programs — such as dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment and early college high school — are popular and impactful. Across the country, states are turning to these models as tools…

 

  November 8, 2019

  Blog Post

  High School

  Unassigned

  Standards & Curriculum

What’s Involved in Scoring an AP Exam?

Since 1956, Advanced Placement has offered students the chance to enroll in higher-level courses, build college skills, stand out in college admissions and earn college credits. Today, colleges and universities…

 

  September 27, 2019

  Blog Post

  High School

  Unassigned

  Transitions

State Information Request: Apprenticeships

A state representative asked about state efforts to develop and connect students to apprenticeships. Our response includes examples of state initiatives in both high school and postsecondary education. To provide…

 

  July 18, 2019

  State Information Request

  High School, Postsecondary

  Unassigned

  Unassigned

Expanding Work-Based Learning Under ESSA and Perkins V

This month, we’re examining current research and state examples of work-based learning in practice. This guest post comes from Austin Estes, senior policy associate at Advance CTE. To see the other…

 

  June 24, 2019

  Blog Post

  Unassigned

  Unassigned

  Unassigned