Ohio pushes high-school enrollment in college courses

05/30/2007 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Ohio wants to increase the number of high school students taking college courses in its nearly 20-year-old Post-Secondary Enrollment Options program. About 11,000 students enrolled in the program last year but greater use of the program "could jump-start the education system in Ohio," said Joseph Rochford of the Stark Education Partnership.

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