The College in High School Alliance recently released the latest in a series of new fact sheets focused on providing short explainers on college in high school programs like dual enrollment, concurrent enrollment, and early college high school.
The latest fact sheet, entitled What the Research Says About College in High School Programs summarizes three major themes from research around these programs, including:
- College in high school programs improve postsecondary access and completion.
- The impact of college in high school programs on low-income and underrepresented students.
- College in high school programs can have a significant return on investment.
In addition to presenting this resource as a fully designed piece that can be shared with policymakers, legislators, and senior K-12 and higher education leadership, the organization is also offering a plain text version that can be downloaded and adapted for your own purposes.
Both the designed and plain text fact sheet, as well as an earlier fact sheet on the benefits of college in high school programs, can be downloaded here.