Acceleration Under Review
For years, only a handful of the highest achievers graduated from high school with college courses on their transcripts.
But as states strive to blur the line between high school graduation requirements and college expectations, such dual-enrollment courses are quickly becoming part of a broader strategy to help more students become college-ready.
“It’s a real struggle. How do you expand access without diluting quality?” said Melinda Mechur Karp, a senior research associate at the Community College Research Center, based at Teachers College,
Columbia University in . “There’s some growing pains as [dual-enrollment options] go from small-scale to much more prominent and enthusiastically embraced programs.” New York City
This article appeared in the August 1, 2007 edition of the Education Week.previous page