Taking college courses in high school, known as dual enrollment, has been shown to increase high school and college completion. Because students participating in dual enrollment tend to graduate earlier and at lower cost, such programs are on the rise in California and other states. Some studies show these strategies can be particularly effective for students who have historically been tracked into remedial math courses. How do we design for equity in math dual enrollment? How do we ensure we are not tracking students given limited offerings? Join K-12, community college, and research practitioners in exploring the complex issues surrounding dual enrollment in math and sharing promising practices and aspirations as college and high school partnerships expand their math offerings.
This session is co-sponsored by the Career Ladders Project and Linked Learning Alliance.
There is no description of this conference session. If you'd like more information please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more insights on the role of math in ensuring educational equity, subscribe to Just Equations’ newsletter.