High-school students in Texas who enrolled in dual-credit programs were able to graduate college about a year ahead of their peers, according to data shared with lawmakers this week by Raymund Paredes, the Texas commissioner of higher education. Enrollment in the state's dual-credit programs has grown from 64,910 high-school students in 2007 to 151,669 in 2017.
Data show benefits of dual-enrollment programs
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