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Board changes policies re: dual enrollment

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During today's board meeting, the Board of Regents approved a new policy to establish minimum requirements for dual enrollment, a release from the agency states. 

According to the release:

The policy addresses course content and rigor, faculty qualifications, student eligibility and student mix. The policy dictates the expectation that content, outcomes, and expectations for any course leading to college credit must, at minimum, be identical to what is offered and expected on the college campus, whether the class is made up of high school or college students and taught at the school or on the college campus.  The policy requires appropriate, formal training on delivery of the course to include course syllabus, expectations for delivery, grading and student performance.

The policy requires that high school students who meet other readiness indicators but are in need of remediation, based on ACT/equivalent scores in either mathematics or English (reading and writing), must be making progress to address necessary remediation to enroll in any courses on the postsecondary Articulation Matrix:

Students with <18 in ACT English may be allowed to enroll in mathematics courses for Dual Enrollment, if they concurrently address their reading/writing deficiencies; and

Students with <19 in ACT Math may be allowed to enroll in English, foreign language, history or introductory social science, humanities or arts survey courses for Dual Enrollment, if they concurrently address their mathematics deficiencies.

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