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ERIC Number: ED500537
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2008-Feb
Pages: 6
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: 8
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-1526-2049
Dual Enrollment Students in Florida and New York City: Postsecondary Outcomes. CCRC Brief. Number 37
Karp, Melinda Mechur; Calcagno, Juan Carlos; Hughes, Katherine L.; Jeong, Dong Wook; Bailey, Thomas
Community College Research Center, Columbia University
Dual enrollment programs enable students to take college courses and earn college credit while in high school. Once limited to high-achieving students, these programs are now seen as a means to support the postsecondary preparation of average-achieving students. Moreover, though dual enrollment programs typically have been reserved for academically-focused students, increasing numbers of career and technical education (CTE) programs are making them available to their students. This brief summarizes a study that investigated the effectiveness of dual enrollment programs in promoting high school graduation and postsecondary achievement. Researchers examined the influence of dual enrollment program participation on students in the State of Florida and in New York City, compared to students who did not participate, with a specific focus in both locations on CTE students. Findings suggest that dual enrollment is an effective strategy for encouraging postsecondary success for all students, including those in CTE programs. (Contains 1 figure and 2 tables.)
Community College Research Center. Available from: CCRC Publications. Teachers College, Columbia University, 525 West 120th Street Box 174, New York, NY 10027. Tel: 212-678-3091; Fax: 212-678-3699; e-mail: ccrc@columbia.edu; Web site: http://www.tc.columbia.edu/ccrc
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: High Schools; Higher Education
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Columbia Univ., New York, NY. Community Coll. Research Center.
Identifiers - Location: Florida; New York
IES Cited: ED506465