Calif. bill would broaden community-college offerings for high-school students

05/2/2014 | EdSource

A bill under consideration by California lawmakers would allow high-school students to take a wider range of concurrent enrollment courses at community colleges by allowing schools and the colleges to create formal program partnerships to expand available courses. "We're hoping quite frankly that more young people will take advantage so that concurrent enrollment or vocational (education) courses can be taken," state legislator Chris Holden, the bill's author, said. "It demystifies for a lot of young people the college experience."

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