Some key takeaways from this resource:
- Without a requirement that eligible students may participate, schools and districts may not be inclined to promote dual/concurrent enrollment for students.
- Some express concern that dual enrollment courses taught by high school teachers may not meet the same level of rigor as courses taught by postsecondary faculty on postsecondary campuses.
- How funding flows can either incentivize schools to participate or deter participation. If courses meet rigorous criteria yet students are denied transfer credit at another postsecondary institution, the value of dual enrollment as an option for students to save money and time to degree is negated.