Category : State Reports

Ohio

Unlocking Potential’s College in High School Policy Landscape and Recommendations Ohio Since 2015, with the implementation of the College Credit Plus (CCP) program that enhanced the statewide structure for dual enrollment policy and funding, participation in dual enrollment in the state of Ohio has increased significantly, from 54,053 students in the 2015–2016 school year to […]

Colorado

Illuminating the Pathway to Postsecondary Education for Students with Disabilities Through Concurrent Enrollment Colorado Since legislation passed in 2009, the number of Colorado high school students enrolled in college courses has increased dramatically. 97% of Colorado school districts now offer concurrent enrollment and have experienced an 11% growth in student participation. During the past few […]

Maine

In June 2022, the CHSA in partnership with the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships and Complete College America published the Maine Early College Report, providing policy recommendations to expand Maine’s college in high school programs. The report was authored by Jennifer Zinth of Zinth Consulting LLC. The report makes the following high-level recommendations: A […]

Indiana

In June, 2022 Zinth Consulting LLC published a report which uses the College in High School Alliance’s Unlocking Potential framework to provide state-level policy recommendations to enhance equitable access to and participation in high-quality dual credit programming for all Indiana students. Within Reach: A Policy Roadmap for Dual Credit in Indiana combines the insights of […]

South Carolina

In March 2022, the College in High School Allianced released a landscape analysis for South Carolina. Unlocking Potential’s College in High School Policy Landscape and Recommendations provides an analysis of South Carolina’s current policies related to dual enrollment, matched to CHSA’s state policy framework Unlocking Potential: A State Policy Roadmap for Equity and Quality in […]