Category : State Policy

The Next Phase of Dual Enrollment Policy

The Next Phase of Dual Enrollment Policy: A Vision for the Field November 2023 After two decades of significant growth in the number of high school students taking college courses, dual enrollment policy work has entered a new phase. The first phase of dual enrollment was characterized by proving the concept, getting a research base […]

Instructor Capacity

College in high school programs have faced significant challenges in a number of states in recruiting sufficient teachers with the right credentials to teach in a dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment, or early college high school setting. This is particularly true for partnerships that rely upon high school teachers, especially in parts of the country where […]

Career and Technical Education

Advance CTE, in partnership with the College in High School Alliance, released The State of CTE: Early Postsecondary Opportunities. This 50-state report reveals key findings on how EPSOs serve CTE learners and provides recommendations for state leaders to leverage state infrastructure and collaboration to advance equity in these experiences. Key findings include: Expanding equitable access […]


COVID-19 Paper The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the nation’s education system, and its college in high school programs are no exception. CHSA’s new paper, published January 18, 2022 examines the impact of the pandemic on college in high school programs, drawn from a national survey of over 300 dual enrollment practitioners […]

Students with Disabilities

The College in High School Alliance (CHSA) is excited to release an addendum to its state policy roadmap for equity and quality for college in high school programs focused on students with disabilities. The report is entitled Unlocking Potential: A State Policy Roadmap for Equity and Quality in College in High School Programs for Students […]