Links to Academic Senate Resources
DUAL ENROLLMENT RESURFACES
The Academic Senate shares the following articles in trying to assess DUAL ENROLLMENT practices by Mt. SAC.
- Contesting the Space Between High School and College in the Era of Dual-Enrollment, College Composition and Communication (Tinberg & Nadeau, June 2011)
- (Re)Envisioning the Divide: The Impact of College Courses on High School Students (Taczak & Thelin, September 2009)
- Early-College Programs Rethink High Expectations (Butrymowicz, August 2010)
- Pasadena City College Program Suspended Over Who's Teaching It (Guzman-Lopez, February 2018)
- Findings From the Early College High School Initiative: A Look at Best Practices and lessons Learned Regarding a Dual Enrollment Program (National High School Center, March 2007)
For links to these articles, see below.
- Contesting the Space Between High School and College in the Era of Dual-Enrollment, College Composition and Communication
- (Re)Envisioning the Divide: The Impact of College Courses on High School Students
- Early-College Programs Rethink High Expectations
- Pasadena City College Program Suspended Over Who's Teaching It
- Findings From the Early College High School Initiative: A Look at Best Practices and Lessons Learned Regarding a Dual Enrollment Program
Previously on Dual Enrollment
The following are the copies of letters and statements exchanged between the Academic Senate and President Scroggins regarding Dual Enrollment.
- September 27 — Academic Senate Letter to President Scroggins; Concerns Arising from Dual Enrollment Offerings
- October 5 — Letter of Response from President Scroggins to the Academic Senate
For another source of the reportings provided by SAC Media, please click HERE.
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