Opening Doors to Postsecondary Education for More Students
In this blog post, Andrea Venezia weighs in on a Colorado law that allows both high schools and colleges to count concurrently enrolled students in their budgeting and financial planning.
Colorado’s HB 1319 education legislation is positive news for Early College Schools (ECSs) that use concurrent enrollment to give students the opportunity to earn both an associate’s degree and high school diploma upon graduation.
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