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Jun 15, 2021 2021-06-15

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Guide to Equitable Acceleration for Students in Dual Enrollment Programs

The Aspen Institute and the Community College Research Center studied nine dual enrollment programs across three states that have narrowed or closed equity gaps in dual enrollment for Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and Pacific Islander students. Through their research, they identified five principles that undergird the strategies and practices of equitable dual enrollment partnerships: (1) Set a shared vision and goals that prioritize equity; (2) Expand equitable access; (3) Connect students to advising and supports that ensure equitable outcomes; (4) Provide high-quality instruction that builds students’ competence and confidence; and (5) Organize teams and develop relationships to maximize potential. Based on this research, The Aspen Institute developed The Dual Language Enrollment Playbook, which details lessons for high school, district, and college leaders in ensuring that traditionally underrepresented students have equitable access to, and success in, high-quality dual enrollment programs.

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