Research shows that students who participate in early college programs are more likely to enroll in and persist through college than non-early college students. This fact sheet examines the impact of a districtwide early college program in Pharr–San Juan–Alamo Independent School District in Texas. The fact sheet includes a series of questions state and district leaders can use to evaluate whether this approach could meet local needs.
Fact Sheet: Early College District Program
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