Report: Dual-enrollment programs provide students with multiple benefits

03/6/2014 | Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), The

A report by the Education Commission of the States found that high-school students who take dual-enrollment courses are more likely to graduate and continue their education, compared with students who do not. The research also revealed that more than 600,000 students take classes that fulfill high-school graduation requirements and help them earn technical certificates or college credit.

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