Dual Enrollment — Why Aren’t There More Takers?

It seems like a no brainer — high school students earning up to a year of college credit, which means big savings for students, families and the state.

Students who do so have a year under their belt at a pricey four-year college or, perhaps, halfway to an associate degree at a community or technical college.

“Is it something we want to support? The answer is yes,” Commissioner of Higher Education Joseph Rallo said.

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