Dual enrollment: A look at 21C Charter School | IN 60 SECONDS

While high schools across the US are boosting student access to college by letting students acquire college credits, AEI’s Frederick M. Hess explains how one charter school offers an innovative model to dual enrollment.

FULL REPORT — “A small school with big chances”: The 21st Century Charter School at Gary https://bit.ly/2POienA

ARTICLE — A charter school’s intriguing strategy for boosting college access https://bit.ly/2J6qEWT

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