Courtesy: Fullerton College and North Orange County Community College District
Fullerton College campus

California high school students are flocking to dual enrollment programs at community colleges, but enrollments often fail to reflect the racial and ethnic demographics of the high schools they serve.

Over the past year, EdSource’s coverage has looked at the growing popularity of dual enrollment programs, as well as the issues surrounding access to these programs across the state.

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  1. James Phillip Smith 3 months ago3 months ago

    The Dual Enrollment program provides an excellent opportunity for middle school and high school students to fast-track through college by building credits transferable to a four year college or university. Students learn early on about college life and build self-confidence in pursuing careers and college.