Fla. could require colleges to create dual-enrollment programs

Florida lawmakers are considering a measure that would create "collegiate high schools," in which students can earn up to a year's worth of college credits. The measure would require state colleges to partner with area high schools to create such programs. A new law enacted last year shifted the cost of dual-enrollment programs from cash-strapped colleges to local school districts.

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