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

  • Research/ Report
January 2018

This paper, produced by Advance CTE and ACTE, is the fifth annual review of CTE and career-readiness policies in the states and territories. The report highlights notable legislation, board rules, executive actions and governor-led initiatives in each state.

 

  • Guide/Tool
January 2018

This brief from the College and Career Readiness and Success Center and the American Youth Policy Forum demonstrates how two federal laws, ESSA and IDEA, can promote the development of meaningful pathways to postsecondary opportunities by ensuring all students are college and career ready.

  • Policy
December 2017

Nevada's CTE College Credit authorized the development of statewide articulation agreements for CTE programs at participating colleges to incentivize CTE completion and accelerate students' attainment of postsecondary credentials. 

  • Guide/Tool
December 2017

This guide from CCRC examines how colleges can measure their success in serving and supporting transfer students and assess their current transfer partnerships with four-year colleges. 

  • Case Study
  • Research/ Report
November 2017

This policy brief from the American Enterprise Institute explores common barriers to delivering high-quality CTE at community colleges and envisions a path forward for dismantling some of the most persistent barriers.

  • Guide/Tool
November 2017

This report from the College Board draws on a working group of experts to provide practical guidance for college credit in high school programs, focusing on program quality and accountability, value for time and dollars invested, equity and access, and transparency and credit transfer.

  • Case Study
November 2017

This report from JFF and Educate Texas uses case studies from three school districts in South Texas and Denver to provide recommendations for addressing dual enrollment instructor shortages. 

  • Research/ Report
September 2017

This report examines data from 200,000 students who completed dual enrollment classes in 2010 to determine re-enrollment and postsecondary credential outcomes and provide insights into how dual enrollment allows students to enter and progress along college pathways.