December 5, 2:00–3:00 ET
This webinar introduces dual enrollment equity pathways (DEEP)—a research-based framework for rethinking dual enrollment as a more equitable on-ramp to college programs of study that lead to family-supporting, career-path jobs for students who might not otherwise pursue education after college. Participants will learn about the research evidence underlying DEEP, and findings from recent field research that show how six community college–K-12 partnerships in Florida and Texas have implemented dual enrollment to expand access and early college success for underrepresented students using DEEP-aligned practices. Practitioners from two of these exemplary college–K-12 partnerships will describe how they are leveraging dual enrollment to broaden access to college and career opportunities for students and families in their communities.
John Fink, Senior Research Associate and Program Lead, CCRC
Sarah Griffin, Research Associate, CCRC
Dr. Lisette T. Rodriguez, Executive Director, Department of Advanced Academic Programs, Miami-Dade County Public Schools
Dr. Philip Giarraffa, Executive Director of Articulation and Academic Pathways, Miami Dade College
Susan Jackson, Deputy Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, Goose Creek Consolidated Independent School District
Dr. Marissa Moreno, Executive Director, School & College Partnerships, Lee College