Dual Enrollment, Articulation and Transfer

Resources on topics such as dual and concurrent enrollment, articulation and transfer, credit and non-credit course transfer and early college high schools

  • Case Study
  • Snapshots
March 2019

This snapshot profiles Kentucky's progress in the New Skills for Youth initiative for the 2018 calendar year. 

  • Guide/Tool
March 2014

This policy brief from the Education Commission of the States (ECS) provides a framework for integrating CTE and dual enrollment.

  • Case Study
  • Guide/Tool
September 2016

This policy brief from the Education Commission of the States offers model state policy components for early college high schools that provide the necessary supports to ensure program access, quality and transferability of credit.

  • Research/ Report
November 2015

In this report from New America, Mary Alice McCarthy examines the tradeoff between two- and four-year degree programs and the challenges to credit articulation that keep students from pursuing additional education.

  • Case Study
December 2016

This report from Parthenon examines the opportunity for early college high schools in Massachusetts. By collecting both in-state and national data, convening working groups, and engaging a broad group of stakeholders, Parthenon finds that investing in early college could yield vast returns.

  • Case Study
  • Guide/Tool
February 2017

This guide, developed by Jobs for the Future and the College in High School Alliance, profiles design principles and explores opportunities through ESSA to expand early college high school programs.

  • Case Study
  • Snapshots
February 2017

This snapshot profile describes South Carolina's work during Phase One of the New Skills for Youth initiative. 

  • Case Study
  • Snapshots
February 2017

This snapshot profile describes Indiana's work during Phase One of the New Skills for Youth initiative. 

The Learning that Works Resource Center was developed through the New Skills for Youth initiative, a partnership of the Council of Chief State School Officers, Advance CTE and the Education Strategy Group, generously funded by JPMorgan Chase & Co