Author Taylor, Jason L
Title Dual Enrollment Policies, Pathways, and Perspectives : New Directions for Community Colleges, Number 169
Imprint Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2015
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Descript 1 online resource (123 pages)
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Series J-B CC Single Issue Community Colleges Ser
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Note Intro -- Dual Enrollment Policies, Pathways, and Perspectives -- CONTENTS -- EDITORS' NOTES -- A Definitional Note on Dual Enrollment -- Introduction -- Reflecting on the Past -- Purpose and Organization of the Volume -- References -- 1 State Dual Credit Policy: A National Perspective -- Prior Policy Reviews -- State Policy Review Methodology -- Results -- Course Provisions -- Student Eligibility -- Instructor Eligibility -- Other Quality Assurance Provisions -- Policy Enforcement -- Implications for Community Colleges -- Access -- Course Transferability -- Partnerships and Faculty Engagement -- State Mandates, Regional Accreditation, and Local Variation -- Notes -- References -- 2 Operating Dual Enrollment in Different Policy Environments: An Examination of Two States -- State Dual Enrollment Policy Context: Ohio and Virginia -- Market and Centralized Approaches -- Methods and Limitations -- Findings -- Clarity -- Cooperation -- Recommendations for Policy -- References -- 3 Eliminating Barriers to Dual Enrollment in Oklahoma -- Program Development -- Addressing Policy Barriers -- Addressing Financial Barriers -- Addressing Transportation Barriers -- Program Results -- Challenges and Solutions -- Future Considerations -- Conclusion -- References -- 4 Emerging Early College Models for Traditionally Underserved Students -- The Michigan Experience -- Emerging Models in Michigan -- The New York Experience -- Emerging Models in New York -- Final Thoughts -- References -- 5 The Challenges of Career and Technical Education Concurrent Enrollment: An Administrative Perspective -- Program Background and Context -- Funding: Perkins, State, and College -- History and Evolution of CTE Concurrent Enrollment -- Challenges Specific to Career and Technical Education -- Programming Difficulties -- Low Enrollment -- Limited Incentives -- Recommendations
Initial Planning and Educating -- Addressing CTE Programming and Enrollment Challenges -- Addressing Long-Term CTE Issues That Affect Students' Opportunities for Success -- References -- 6 Dual Enrollment Participation From the Student Perspective -- Research Site and Participants -- Data Collection and Analysis -- Findings -- Benefits of Dual Enrollment -- Drawbacks of Dual Enrollment -- Conclusion and Implications -- References -- 7 Principal, Teacher, and Counselor Views of Concurrent Enrollment -- Concurrent Enrollment Program at Kirkwood Community College -- Survey Methods -- Impact on Schools -- Impact on Students -- Discussions, Implications, and Conclusions -- References -- 8 Faculty Members' Perceptions of Rigor in Dual Enrollment, Accelerated Programs, and Standard Community College Courses -- Programmatic Descriptions -- Faculty -- Faculty Teaching Dual Enrollment Courses at the High School Sites -- Faculty Teaching Accelerated Program Courses on the TCC Campus -- Faculty Teaching Standard Courses on the TCC Campus -- Methods and Procedures -- Findings -- Components of the Final Grade -- Faculty Members' Comparisons of Students Enrolled in Dual Enrollment Courses to Standard High School and Community College Students -- Summary of Findings -- Implications -- Equivalent Course Content -- Support Services -- Reference -- 9 Strengthening Concurrent Enrollment Through NACEP Accreditation -- History -- Implementing the NACEP Standards at Lewis and Clark -- Curriculum -- Faculty -- Students -- Assessment -- Evaluation -- Accreditation Benefits and Challenges -- Benefits to Students -- Benefits to Secondary Schools -- Benefits to Instructors -- Benefits to the College -- Challenges -- Summary -- Note -- References -- 10 Dual Enrollment, Structural Reform, and the Completion Agenda -- The College Completion Pipeline
Addressing the Leaky Pipeline: Dual Enrollment as a College Completion Strategy -- Dual Enrollment Is a Structural Reform -- Dual Enrollment and the Equity Challenge -- Conclusion -- References -- INDEX -- EULA
Looking to develop new dual enrollment programs or adapt and revamp an existing dual enrollment programs at a community college? This volume addresses the critical issues and topics of dual enrollment practices and policies, including: state policies that regulate dual enrollment practice and the influence of state policy on local practice, the usage of dual enrollment programs as a pathway for different populations of students such as career and technical education students and students historically underrepresented in higher education, and chapters that surface student, faculty, and high school stakeholder perspectives and that examine institutional and partnership performance and quality. This is the 169th volume of this Jossey-Bass quarterly report series. Essential to the professional libraries of presidents, vice presidents, deans, and other leaders in today's open-door institutions, New Directions for Community Colleges provides expert guidance in meeting the challenges of their distinctive and expanding educational mission
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Taylor, Jason L. Dual Enrollment Policies, Pathways, and Perspectives : New Directions for Community Colleges, Number 169 Somerset : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2015 9781119054184
Subject College credits -- United States.;Dual enrollment.;High school students -- Education (Higher) -- United States
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