Christian Science Monitor

Almost four decades after Minnesota launched the first statewide program, a majority of high schools offer dual credit, and roughly 10% of their students take them.

Richmond Times-Dispatch

The state’s funding methodology does not recognize support for training adult and part-time students — the very students who are primary candidates for middle-skill job training and credentialing.

The Gazette

Driving the campuses’ overall enrollment increase for the full 2021-22 academic year that wrapped last summer — an uptick that continued this fall with a 0.6% bump — was more growth in jointly-enrolled students.

Salt Lake Tribune

A growing number of students have been using these resources — which are often volunteer-run and donation-based — since the beginning of the Covid pandemic.

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