N.C. high-schoolers get early start on college in 5-year program

07/7/2014 | Charlotte Observer (N.C.), The

Ninth-graders in North Carolina will have a chance to earn two years of college credits in a five-year, engineering-focused high school being established on the University of North Carolina-Charlotte's campus. Through a collaboration between the Charlotte-Mecklenburg schools and the university, educators are working on a curriculum in which students learn high-school material during the first three years and take college courses for the last two years.

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