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Dual Enrollment and College Credit Programs

Colleges and school districts have embraced dual enrollment as a strategy for improving college outcomes for students, including underprepared and disadvantaged students. CCRC studies how these programs, as well as Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate programs, impact college enrollment, persistence, and performance.


Latest Publications

MARCH 2015
Dual Enrollment, Structural Reform, and the Completion Agenda
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FEBRUARY 2013
Dual Enrollment for College Completion: Policy Recommendations for Tennessee
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JULY 2012
Bridging College and Careers: Using Dual Enrollment to Enhance Career and Technical Education Pathways (NCPR Working Paper)
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JULY 2012
Broadening the Benefits of Dual Enrollment
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JUNE 2012
Teaching and Learning in the Dual Enrollment Classroom
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JUNE 2012
“I Don't Know, I've Never Been to College!” Dual Enrollment as a College Readiness Strategy
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JUNE 2012
Does Dual Enrollment Increase Students' Success in College? Evidence from a Quasi-Experimental Analysis of Dual Enrollment in New York City
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JUNE 2012
Dual Enrollment for College Completion: Findings from Tennessee and Peer States
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