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Dual enrollment programs: a comparative study of high school students' college academic achievement at different settings
The ex post facto causal-comparative study examined the academic achievement of high school students who took their dual credit English or mathematics college credit-bearing course in two different environments, namely, ...
Dual credit and certification programs in high school career and technical education: an explanatory sequential mixed methods inquiry
An emphasis on earning certifications and associates degrees in Career and Technical Education (CTE) has surfaced recently as a means to solve America’s growing shortage of skilled tradesmen and enhance high school education ...
Unfamiliar territory: a case study of college professors teaching on high school campuses
The increase of enrollment in dual credit courses in high schools is staggering and traditional methods of delivering dual credit stop short of meeting the demand. In one newer model, college professors teach dual credit ...
A quantitative assessment of Texas house bill 505: college dual credit courses and academic success among high school students
Texas House Bill 505 expanded dual credit programs to include high school freshmen and sophomores. This study examined the relationship of high school student characteristics and academic success in first attempt dual ...