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Title: Concurrent Enrollment: National Overview of Key Policy Components Jennifer Dounay and Mike Griffith Education Commission of the States Presentation at Pikes Peak Community College Colorado Springs, CO March 6, 2009


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Concurrent Enrollment National Overview of Key
Policy ComponentsJennifer Dounay and Mike
GriffithEducation Commission of the
StatesPresentation at Pikes Peak Community
CollegeColorado Springs, COMarch 6, 2009
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About ECS
  • 50-state education compact estd 1965
  • Nonpartisan, nonprofit
  • Serves all state-level education policymakers and
    their staffs
  • Governors
  • Legislators
  • State board members
  • State superintendents
  • SHEEOS and higher education leaders

3
Overview
  • CO bill best practices nationally on
  • Offering mandatory or voluntary
  • Finance tuition, reimbursement of partners
  • Student/parent notification
  • Instructor/course quality
  • Credit transfer
  • Evaluation requirement
  • Other considerations

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Offering Voluntary or Mandatory
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Who Is Primarily Responsible for Paying Tuition
  • Student/parents 22 states
  • Students school district 6 states
  • Participating PS institution 3 states
  • State DOE or other state org. 3 states
  • Four states have multiple dual enrollment
    programs w/diff. groups responsible for tuition
  • No clear funding system in place 6 states

6
State Funding of Participating High Schools
  • Thirty-one states provide schools/districts with
    the same level of funding for dual enrollment
    students and traditional HS students
  • Eight states provide equal funding for dual
    enrollment and traditional HS students, but with
    qualifications
  • Four states provide reduced funding for dual
    enrollment students as compared to traditional HS
    students
  • One state provides different levels of funding,
    depending on which program a student is in
  • Six states do not specify the funding levels for
    dual enrollment students in statute or regulations

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State Funding of Participating PS Institutions
  • Thirty-eight states provide postsecondary
    institutions with the same level of funding for
    dual enrollment students and traditional PS
    students
  • Two states provide equal funding for dual
    enrollment and traditional PS students, but with
    qualifications
  • One state funds dual enrollment students at a
    higher level than traditional PS students
  • No state provides reduced funding for dual
    enrollment students as compared to traditional PS
    students

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State Funding of PS Institutions (contd)
  • One state provides different levels of funding,
    depending on which program a student is
    participating in
  • Eight states do not specify the PS funding levels
    for dual enrollment students in statute or
    regulations

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Recommended featureStudents/Parents Must Be
Notified of Dual Enrollment Opportunities
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Recommended featureInstructor/Course Quality
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Instructor/Course Quality State approaches
  • PS trains, supervises, evaluates HS teachers
  • HS teacher appointed adjunct faculty
  • HS teacher must meet same qualifications as
    faculty member
  • Course materials must be evaluated

12
Recommended featurePublic PS Inst. Must Accept
Credits
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Recommended featureEvaluation Requirement
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Other considerations
  • Location, location, location
  • Eligibility requirements

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jdounay_at_ecs.org303.299.3689
  • mgriffith_at_ecs.org
  • 303.299.3619
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