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By Gerald S. Edmonds,Tiffany M. Squires,Susan Henderson,Barbara D. Hodne,E. J. Anderson,Thomas E. Leahey,Dennis R. Waller,Angela L. Kremers,Amanda Nolen,Brenda E. Abbott,Jason P. Alteri,Julie Williams,Adam I. Lowe,Ted R. Ungricht,Cynthia Grua,George Tombaugh

Concurrent enrollment courses provide high-achieving highschool scholars the chance to take university credit-bearing classes taught through college-approved highschool academics. This inexpensive, scalable version brings sped up coursework to city, suburban, and rural scholars. during this publication, students discover the functionality of concurrent enrollment courses in addressing the distance among highschool practise and readiness for the educational and social calls for of faculty. specialists within the schooling box map out the root for courses delivering concurrent enrollment classes, together with most sensible practices and worthy parts for a sustainable, possible application that contributes to scholar good fortune in larger schooling. delivering research-based facts of the overpowering advantages of such partnerships among excessive faculties and schools, this ebook is an important device for all educators contemplating adopting a concurrent enrollment program.

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