Iowa's governor wants to give more learners in the state access to dual-enrollment courses, where high school students can earn both high school and college credit. Some lawmakers and college professors question whether the courses -- often taught by high-school teachers -- are rigorous enough to count toward college credit, but a $1.4 million bill slated for debate by Iowa House members today would allow high schoolers to amass, at no cost, up to 30 hours of college-level credits.

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