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Understanding Access to and Participation in Dual Enrollment by Locale and Income Level

  • Author(s):
  • Douglas Gagnon
  • Jing Liu
  • Trudy Cherasaro

By providing students with an opportunity to take college courses and earn college credits while in high school, dual enrollment programs effectively increase college access, enrollment, and degree attainment. Such programs might be particularly beneficial for high school students who might be less likely to go to college, including students from rural areas and low-income households. Given the comparatively rural geography of the Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Central region, stakeholders need a comprehensive resource for understanding dual enrollment access and participation in their states in order to support the identification of strategies to expand opportunities for college and career preparation.

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Publisher:Institute of Education Sciences
Published:May 1, 2021
License:Public Domain

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