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Rochford, Joseph A.; O'Neill, Adrienne; Gelb, Adele; Ross, Kimberly J.; Ughrin, Tina – Stark Education Partnership, 2014
This is the eighth annual report by the Stark Education Partnership on dual enrollment and other post secondary opportunities (PSOs) for the county's high school students. In addition to dual enrollment, this report looks at a portfolio of the county's PSOs that includes Canton Early College High School, and the opportunity to bank future college…
Descriptors: Dual Enrollment, College Credits, Postsecondary Education, High School Students
Rochford, Joseph A.; O'Neill, Adrienne; Gelb, Adele; Ross, Kimberly J. – Stark Education Partnership, 2011
In 2002, the Stark County Preschool through College (P-16) Compact set the goal of achieving an 80% college going rate. Such a goal seemed both audacious and daunting for a community where in 2001 only 17.9% of the adults held a Bachelor's Degree, or higher, and where only 49% of all high school graduates went directly to college. Nine years have…
Descriptors: Acceleration (Education), High Schools, Graduation Rate, Disadvantaged Youth
Rochford, Joseph A.; O'Neill, Adrienne; Gelb, Adele – Stark Education Partnership, 2010
During the 2009-10 academic year, 1,444 8th grade students in the Canton City, Plain and Marlington Local School Districts (hereafter called Stark students) took the EXPLORE Test as part of a pilot project, "Ready to Go: Increasing Eighth Grade Readiness," sponsored by the Stark Education Partnership with funding from the Ohio College…
Descriptors: Intervention, Pilot Projects, Familiarity, Academic Achievement
Rochford, Joseph A.; O'Neill, Adrienne; Gelb, Adele; Ross, Kimberly J. – Stark Education Partnership, 2010
High school based dual credit (HSBDC) is a course offered through a collaborative agreement between an institution of higher education and a school district. A student may earn both high school and college credit in an HSBDC course taught by a high school teacher who qualifies to become a college adjunct on a high school campus. The growth of…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Colleges, Counties, School Districts