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Ten Facts About Dual-Enrollment and Early College High School Programs

Early college high schools (ECHSs) and dual-enrollment programs offer students the opportunity to pursue college-level credit-bearing course work while still in high school. Generally, ECHSs provide college credit–bearing course work in small enrollment settings intended to boost the level of preparation for historically underserved populations, including students from low-income families and students of color. Dual-enrollment courses may be offered in a variety of settings, including at traditional comprehensive high schools or on college campuses.

Find out how these programs are impacting students and why it’s critical to continue supporting them in this list of ten fast facts.

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