New Insights on Dual Enrollment Students From the Survey of Community College Outcomes
Abstract: Dual enrollment programs exist for high school students to take college-level coursework, earn college credit, and sometimes even a credential or degree, prior to graduating high school. These programs are different from other alternatives such as Advanced Placement (AP) or International Baccalaureate (IB). First, dual enrollment is offered through a higher education institution, such as a community college. Second, these students receive college credit for a course if they receive a certain grade. AP and IB courses can lead to college credit, but only if the student gets a passing grade on an exam, regardless of the grade they receive in the course.
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Description: Discussion Paper
Provider: Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond
Part of Series: Regional Matters
Publication Date: 2023-12-21