Some Minn. students seek college credits in high school

01/10/2012 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

More Minnesota students are taking advantage of early-college programs that allow them to earn credits while still in high school and cut down on tuition costs. Many new early-college programs, including a partnership between Irondale High School and a community college, target students in the academic middle plus high-achieving students, who traditionally have been served by such programs.

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