Here is a newly revised comparison chart of dual credit programs available to Minnesota students. Click on the link below to download the document. The chart compares important information on 5 of the most common dual credit programs available: Advanced Placement (AP), Concurrent Enrollment (ex: College In the Schools/CIS), International Baccalaureate, Post Secondary Enrollment Options […]
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New data from the Minnesota Department of Education shows a side-by-side comparison of high school graduation rates for various student groups across Minnesota. The chart below shows 4-year high school graduation rates overall for students, for those who took 2-3 career and technical courses, and those who took at least 1 concurrent enrollment or PSEO course. […]
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Check out our latest report on the Increasing College Readiness project. It shows that we have helped produce triple digit gains in the enrollment of urban (sometimes ‘alternative’) St. Paul students taking college level courses. Additionally, students taking these courses for college credit have had an overall completion rate of 82%. See the new data, what district […]
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What lessons can K-12 education in Minnesota learn from Historically Black Colleges & Universities and Tribal Colleges & Universities? As is frequently noted, Minnesota has some of the nation’s largest gaps between student groups. As public district and charter schools seek to close achievement gaps, what lessons can we learn from institutions that have […]