The answer is yes: dual enrollment benefits students at the community college

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Author: Grubb, John M.; Scott, Pamela H.; Good, Donald W.

Abstract:

Objective: The study assesses the impact of dual enrollment participation on remediation and completion for traditional first time, full-time freshmen at a community college in Northeast Tennessee. Method: This study began with the full population of 1,232 students who enrolled between 2008 and 2012 at a community college in northeast Tennessee the fall semester after finishing high school. The population was required to have American College Testing (ACT) scores, completely fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), enroll full-time as a degree-seeking student, and...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Pathways; Participation; Providers of education and training; Teaching and learning; Policy

Keywords: Completion; Articulation; Community college; Institutional role; Learning support; Education and training needs; Policy implications

Geographic subjects: United States; North America

Published: Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publications, 2017

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Journal title: Community college review

Journal volume: 45

Journal number: 2

Journal date: April 2017

Pages: pp. 79-98

ISSN: 0091-5521

Resource type: Article

Peer reviewed: Yes

Call number: TD/TNC 128.595

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