Economy expected to spur growth in Florida dual-enrollment program

02/23/2009 | Sun-Sentinel (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.)

More Florida high-school students are enrolling in college classes to save college tuition and textbook costs, and more educators are encouraging the practice because it will improve schools' grades from the state beginning next year. "We've always encouraged students to take higher-level courses, because it's the right thing to do and enhances students' abilities when they go to college, but now it becomes much more useful for the school," said Judy Klinek, an assistant Palm Beach County superintendent.

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