Linking High School and College
Dual enrollment enables students to take college courses while they are still in high school, which makes it more likely that they will graduate from high school and that they will also enroll and succeed in college.
But a new PACE report finds that while more than 51,000 high school students in California participate in dual enrollment programs—1 in 8—the opportunity to do so is not currently available to most high school students.
Join us for a webinar with several experts including Michal Kurlaender, professor of education policy in the UC Davis School of Education, PACE Faculty Director, and co-author of the report on dual enrollment, to learn more about the potential of this practice in California and what needs to be done to make this opportunity more available to all students in California.
- Michal Kurlaender, Professor of Education Policy, University of California, Davis
Moderated by Louis Freedberg, Executive Director, and John Fensterwald, Editor-at-Large, EdSource
This webinar is cosponsored by Wheelhouse, The Center for Community College Leadership and Research; EdSource, and PACE.