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How many college credits do Kentucky high schoolers earn through dual enrollment programs before graduation?

A new REL Appalachia study found that nearly one-fifth of Kentucky 11th and 12th graders attempted a dual enrollment course earning, on average, almost 8 college credits before high school graduation.

How do nonurban schools implement dual credit programs?

REL Appalachia examined dual credit programs in six nonurban school districts in Kentucky. The report describes dual credit program policies and practices, student participation, partner postsecondary institutions, course offerings, course location and scheduling, instructors and credentialing, student supports, quality assurance, program costs and funding, and successes and challenges.

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2009 graduates earned an average of 3 credits more over the course of their high school education than 1990 graduates. This translates to about 420 additional hours of instruction during their high school careers.
2009 graduates earned an average of 3 credits more over the course of their high school education than 1990 graduates. This translates to about 420 additional hours of instruction during their high school careers.