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Lerner, Max J. – 1987
Articulation between public and private, for-profit (proprietary) schools can help reduce costs without reducing the number of options available to students. Articulation can assume many forms, including contracts to offer classes for other institutions, combined (dual) enrollments, shared facilities and/or faculty, enrichment programs, 1 + 1…
Descriptors: Articulation (Education), College Programs, College School Cooperation, Cooperative Planning
Nasstrom, Roy R. – 1986
The Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Act, enacted by the Minnesota State Legislature in 1985, allows 11th- and 12th-grade high school students to take courses, for credit, in colleges, junior colleges, and vocational-technical institutes despite opposition from high school authorities. Students may use credits from these courses to count toward…
Descriptors: Access to Education, Educational Innovation, Free Choice Transfer Programs, Government School Relationship