Dual Enrollment Programs
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Programs that allow qualifying high school students (generally juniors and seniors) to take more rigorous, college-level courses and, in many cases, earn both high school and postsecondary credit for those they successfully complete. Dual enrollment programs may be offered at a high school or local community college, or taught through distance education; and may include courses with a technical/vocational focus as well as those that are more academic. Dual enrollment options must either be legislated by the state or be established through a written agreement between the high school and the postsecondary institution.
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