Dual Enrollment

Development Grid

The initial steps and decisions needed to launch a Dual Enrollment program can be complicated and there can be many barriers to scaling existing programs. The grid below highlights some of the many decision-making areas for teams to consider as they build programs together. There are many stakeholders in Dual Enrollment, and planning needs to be thorough and the partnership team needs to collaborate in order to maximize benefits for students. To learn how CCEMC can help support this process click below.

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CCEMC can support educational institutions through the decision and planning process via different types of services.  CCEMC’s professional development events are an excellent vehicle to learn more about successful Dual Enrollment practices and programs and a perfect opportunity to network with Dual Enrollment educators. CCEMC’s Technical Assistance and Program Development is the next level of customized support that can be provided on-site, virtual or a combination of both.  The key to Technical Assistance and Program Development is the personalized and customized services that are tailored to the needs of your organization, and CCEMC prides itself on working with all budget levels. Click on the link below to contact CCEMC for more information.

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Dual Enrollment Development

Below is a sampling of needs and decisions that should be addressed in the designing and/or expansion of a successful Dual Enrollment program.

The development stage is of utmost importance. The more decisions that are made and determined during the development stage will facility ease of implementation.

Initial Decision

  • Initial Leadership Team
  • Academic or Vocational Focus or a combination
  • CCAP or MOU
  • Vision Statement

Planning

  • Expand Leadership Team
  • Organizational Readiness Assessment
  • Equity/Recruitment Process
  • Fiscal Considerations
  • Pathway Development
  • Student Supports
  • Schedule/ADA & Apportionment Compliance
  • Program Evaluation Process
  • Staffing (College Faculty and/or HS Faculty)
  • Faculty Orientations
  • College Capacity/HS Capacity
  • Paperwork/eForms - Admissions & Records

Implementation

  • Hire Staff
  • Conduct Recruitment Meetings
  • Student Apply to College
  • Data Evaluation
  • Scaling/Program Expansion

The Dual Enrollment Handbook

is an excellent resource.

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