• October 25, 2021

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Op-Ed: How Dual Credit Courses could save millions of dollars

A big trend in high school public education is the “Dual Credit” course. This type of course provides students a parallel avenue to take college courses while at the same time getting high school credit. For instance, a student might take a “Dual Credit” Chemistry course where the course is taught both at a Community […]Read More

Op-Ed: Dual Credit Programs – It Could be Better

Last week, our local community college sent out a press release that their Dual Credit and Early College Program was up for a national award. Congratulations. Kudos. Bravo. For those that are not up on the latest edu-lingo, Dual Credit programs allow high school students to take freshman and sophomore college classes at an associated college or university. […]Read More

Op-Ed: The Promise Of Open Education Resources

“That can’t be any good” the teacher said to me. “Why not?” I asked back, interested in the answer that I knew was coming. “It’s free. It can’t be any good if it is free.” she stated flatly. Her mind was pretty much made up. We were looking at a Chemistry book from an organization […]Read More

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