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Dual Enrollment of High School Students at Postsecondary Institutions: 2002-03
NCES 2005008
April 2005

List of Tables and Figures

Tables

  • Table 1.-Percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with any high school students taking courses for college credit, within and outside of dual enrollment programs, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 1-A.-Standard errors of the percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with any high school students taking courses for college credit, within and outside of dual enrollment programs, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 2.-Number of high school students who took college-level courses through Title IV degree-granting institutions, within and outside of dual enrollment programs, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 2-A.-Standard errors of the number of high school students who took college-level courses through Title IV degree-granting institutions, within and outside of dual enrollment programs, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 3.-Percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating the location of courses taken by high school students in the dual enrollment programs, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 3-A.-Standard errors of the percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating the location of courses taken by high school students in the dual enrollment programs, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 4.-Number of Title IV degree-granting institutions reporting at least some courses taught on a high school campus, and the percentage distribution of institutions indicating the type of course instructors who taught these courses, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 4-A.-Standard errors of the number of Title IV degree-granting institutions reporting at least some courses taught on a high school campus, and the percentage distribution of institutions indicating the type of course instructors who taught these courses, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 5.-Number of Title IV degree-granting institutions reporting at least some courses taught by high school instructors, and the percentage distribution of institutions indicating the minimum qualifications for high school instructors who taught these courses, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 5-A.-Standard errors of the number of Title IV degree-granting institutions reporting at least some courses taught by high school instructors, and the percentage distribution of institutions indicating the minimum qualifications for high school instructors who taught these courses, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 6.-Percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating the typical pattern of high school enrollments per academic term, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 6-A.-Standard errors of the percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating the typical pattern of high school enrollments per academic term, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 7.-Percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating the maximum number of allowable courses per academic term, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 7-A.-Standard errors of the percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating the maximum number of allowable courses per academic term, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 8.-Percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating whether the curriculum of programs was specially designed for high school students or the same as for regular college students, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 8-A.-Standard errors of the percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating whether the curriculum of programs was specially designed for high school students or the same as for regular college students, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 9.-Percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating when high school students were generally awarded college credit for courses taken, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 9-A.-Standard errors of the percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating when high school students were generally awarded college credit for courses taken, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 10.-Percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating the level at which credit was earned, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 10-A.-Standard errors of the percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating the level at which credit was earned, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 11.-Percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs that had academic eligibility requirements for high school students to participate in the dual enrollment program and what those academic eligibility requirements were, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 11-A.-Standard errors of the percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs that had academic eligibility requirements for high school students to participate in the dual enrollment program and what those academic eligibility requirements were, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 12.-Percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs that had a minimum high school grade point average requirement to participate in the dual enrollment program, and the percentage distribution of the minimum GPA requirement, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 12-A.-Standard errors of the percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs that had a minimum high school grade point average requirement to participate in the dual enrollment program, and the percentage distribution of the minimum GPA requirement, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 13.-Percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs that had academic eligibility requirements for high school students to participate in the dual enrollment programs, and the percentage distribution of institutions indicating whether those requirements were the same or different than the institution's admissions standards for regular college students, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 13-A.-Standard errors of the percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs that had academic eligibility requirements for high school students to participate in the dual enrollment programs, and the percentage distribution of institutions indicating whether those requirements were the same or different than the institution's admissions standards for regular college students, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 14.-Percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating the grade levels of students eligible for the dual enrollment programs, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 14-A.-Standard errors of the percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating the grade levels of students for the dual enrollment programs, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 15.-Percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating which sources paid tuition for college-level courses taken in the dual enrollment programs, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 15-A.-Standard errors of the percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating which sources paid tuition for college-level courses taken in the dual enrollment programs, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 16.-Percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating the type of payment generally made by parents and students for courses taken in the dual enrollment programs, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 16-A.-Standard errors of the percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs indicating the type of payment generally made by parents and students for courses taken in the dual enrollment programs, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 17.-Number and percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs geared specifically toward high school students at risk of education failure, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 17-A.-Standard errors of the number and percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs geared specifically toward high school students at risk of educational failure, by institution type and size: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table 18.-Standard errors for figures: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Table A-1.-Number and percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions in the study, and the estimated number and percent in the nation, for the total sample and for institutions that had any dual enrollment, by institution type and size: 2004
  • Table A-2.-Number of cases with imputed data in the study sample, and number of cases with imputed data the sample represents, by questionnaire items: 2004

Figures

  • Figure 1.-Percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with any high school students taking courses for college credit, by whether courses were taken within dual enrollment programs only, outside of dual enrollment programs only, or both within and outside of programs: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Figure 2.-Percentage distribution of high school students taking courses for college credit within or outside of dual enrollment programs: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Figure 3.-Percentage distribution of high school students taking courses for college credit, by institution type: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Figure 4.-Percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs for at-risk high school students, by primary focus of such programs: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Figure 5.-Percentage distribution of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs for at-risk high school students, by typical patterns of enrollments in such programs: 12-month academic year, 200203
  • Figure 6.-Percent of Title IV degree-granting institutions with dual enrollment programs for at-risk high school students that had extra support services, by specific extra support services: 12-month academic year, 200203

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