College acceleration opportunities—including Advanced Placement (AP), Cambridge Advanced International Certificate of Education (AICE), College-Level Examination Program (CLEP), dual enrollment, early college high schools and International Baccalaureate (IB)—can help high school students prepare for college-level work while they earn valuable college credit or work toward a postsecondary credential.
ExcelinEd’s new playbook for state policymakers, Accelerating Students from High School to College and Careers, identifies how states can improve college acceleration opportunities and outcomes for their students.
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What Others Are Saying
NEW STUDY: #DualEnrollment has "positive effects…on college enrollment, degree attainment, and early labor market earnings…the effects of dual enrollment were stronger for students who are traditionally underrepresented in college-going populations."https://t.co/D7KbJzIQGE
— College in High School Alliance (@CollegeinHS) May 12, 2020
Is there a test fee for CLEP exams? Which colleges grant credit for most of the CLEP exams? We answer all of your questions — and more — here: https://t.co/rxP22qX920 Have a question that isn't listed? Drop it in the comments below. pic.twitter.com/V5RDxTiPKf
— Modern States (@modernstatesed) June 3, 2020
It is possible for states to accelerate all high school students toward the degree or credential of their
choice. In fact, some states are already making great progress toward this end. Learn more in @ExcelinEd's newest resource: https://t.co/2yfF80nxK6 #EdInnovation pic.twitter.com/kq4rRELUP7
— Patricia Levesque (@LevesquePat) May 7, 2020
Excited to provide our Oklahoma students with greater access to advanced placement courses by signing HB 3400! Thank you to Rep. Baker & Sen. Stanislawski for your commitment to help provide quality educational opportunities for our students. pic.twitter.com/zVwZlrsUrD
— Governor Kevin Stitt (@GovStitt) May 20, 2020