Selective Schools Skeptical of Dual Enrollment Credits
As state and school district officials urge high-school students to sign up for more college classes before they even make it to prom, some institutions of higher education are questioning whether such courses really count as college-level work.
In Ohio, more than half of dual-enrollment classes are now delivered at high schools to classes made up entirely of high-school students. The share is increasing as schools push to boost enrollments in the programs. Historically, the small number of high-school students who took college courses did so at a college, surrounded by regular college students.