Dual enrollment students in Florida and New York City: Postsecondary outcomes

This brief summarizes a study designed to assess the effectiveness of dual enrollment programs with increasing high school graduation and college achievement. Data from participating dual enrollment students in Florida and New York City and a comparison group were collected, with a specific emphasis on students in Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs. Results suggested that dual enrollment did encourage college success for students, including students in CTE programs, and particularly so for males and low-income students

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Karp, M. M., Calcagno, J. C., Hughes, K. L., Jeong, D. W., & Bailey, T. (2008). Dual enrollment students in Florida and New York City: Postsecondary outcomes (CCRC Brief No. 37). New York: Columbia University Teachers College.
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New York: Columbia University Teachers College