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ERIC Number: ED233632
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1983-Sep-21
Pages: 2
Abstractor: N/A
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How Some Colleges and High Schools Are Already Cooperating.
Watkins, Beverly T.
Chronicle of Higher Education, v27 n4 p14 Sep 21 1983
The following cooperative programs, cited in the Carnegie Foundation's report on American secondary education, have been undertaken by colleges and universities: (1) Johns Hopkins University, through its Center for the Advancement of Academically Talented Youth, offers gifted students the opportunity to take university courses; (2) Kenyon College's School-College Articulation Program enables high schools to offer courses for college credit; (3) La Guardia Community College and the New York City Board of Education operate Middle College for educationally disadvantaged high school students; (4) Seattle University and Seattle Preparatory School created Matteo Ricci College which offers a high school diploma and college degree in six years; (5) Syracuse University's Project Advance provides courses at high schools for simultaneous high school and college credit; (6) the University of California at Berkeley's Accelerated High School Student Program allows local seniors to take courses at the university for college credit; and (7) Yale University, through the Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute, offers secondary school teachers the opportunity to study with faculty members. (DC)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners
Language: English
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