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ERIC Number: ED448828
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 2000-Oct
Pages: 50
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Report on Community College Classes Offered in Conjunction with High Schools (R7-1-709), FY 1999-2000.
Arizona State Board of Directors for Community Colleges, Phoenix.
This document includes the statewide summary and community college district reports on community college classes offered in conjunction with high schools in Arizona. With the approval of the District Governing Board, courses may be offered by community colleges in conjunction with high schools for the purpose of offering community college instruction to high school students under certain circumstances. These include: (1) the student shall have been admitted to the community college under the provisions of R7-1-301; (2) courses may be offered at the high school campus provided the courses have been approved through the college curriculum approval process; and (3) courses shall use college-approved textbooks, syllabuses, grading, and standards. The summary indicates that the statewide total number of courses offered to high school students in 1999-2000 was 1,368 and the aggregate student enrollment (unduplicated headcount) was 15,449. In 1999-2000, the number of courses offered were as follows: (1) Cochise County, 37; (2) Coconino County, 8; (3) Graham County, 121; (4) Maricopa County, 948; (5) Mohave County, 0; (6) Navajo County, 182; (7) Pima County, 40; (8) Pinal County, 26; (9) Yavapai County, 6; and (10) Yuma and La Paz Counties, 0. In Maricopa County, which offered the largest number of courses, the most commonly requested classes were composition, health care, calculus, geometry, and Spanish. (JA)
Publication Type: Numerical/Quantitative Data; Reports - Descriptive
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Language: English
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Authoring Institution: Arizona State Board of Directors for Community Colleges, Phoenix.