Presentation on theme: "Illinois HB 1079Illinois HB 1079 Act is cited as the Dual Credit Quality Act Section 10. Purpose of this act is to accomplish the following: 1. To reduce."— Presentation transcript:
Illinois HB 1079Illinois HB 1079 Act is cited as the Dual Credit Quality Act Section 10. Purpose of this act is to accomplish the following: 1. To reduce college costs. 2. To speed time to degree completion. 3. To improve the curriculum for high school students and the alignment of the curriculum with college and workplace expectations. 4. To facilitate the transition between high school and college. 5. To enhance communication between high schools and colleges. 6. To offer opportunities for improving degree attainment for underserved student populations.
ICCB (Illinois Community College Board) Course Requirements shall satisfy the following: State Laws and Regulations Instructors Qualification of Students Placement Testing and Prerequisites Course Offerings Concurrent Credit
Kewanee High School 2012 School Report Card Data 74.2% White, 15.8% Hispanic, 8.8% Black, 1.2% Other 59.8% Low-income 2012 KHS enrollment – 520 2012 Dual-enrollment - 150
KHS/Black Hawk CollegeKHS/Black Hawk College Kewanee High School has partnered with Black Hawk College to offer dual credit and articulated credit for current KHS students. Dual credit classes are held at Kewanee High School and students are given high school credit, plus college credit upon completion of the course. College credits appear on their college transcript from Black Hawk College. These credits can be used for Black Hawk College programs or transfer to other colleges or universities.
All Year CoursesAll Year Courses ART 100 - ART HIST. (3hrs.) BIOL 105 – BIOLOGY 2 (4hrs.) FREN 101 – FRENCH 3 (4hrs.) MATH 112 – ALG. 2 (4hrs.) MATH 124 – CALCULUS (4hrs.) PHYS 110 – PHYSICS (4hrs.) WLD 121 – WELDING (4hrs.) BA 110 – INTRO TO BUS. (3hrs.) BIOL 101 – ANA & P (4hrs.) ENG 101 – ENGLISH 4 (3hrs.) MATH 118 – PRE-CAL (5hrs.) MUSIC 153 – MUSIC APP. (3hrs.) SPAN 101 – SPANISH 3 (4hrs.) HIST 106 – US HISTORY (3hrs.) NA 100 – C.N.A (8hrs.)
Fall SemesterFall Semester ENG 101 – ENGLISH 4 (3hrs.) HORT 192 – HORTICULTURE (3hrs.) SPAN 102 – SPANISH 4 (4hrs.) FREN 201 – FRENCH 4 (4hrs.) POLS 122 – GOVT (3hrs.) SPEC 101 – SPEECH (3hrs.)
Spring SemesterSpring Semester ENG 102 – ENGLISH 4 (3hrs.) HORT 292 – HORTICULTURE (3hrs.) SPAN 201 – SPANISH 4 (4hrs.) FREN 201 – FRENCH 4 (4hrs.) POLS 122 – GOVT (3hrs.) SPEC 101 – SPEECH (3hrs.)
Cost TYPE OF COURSECOST OF COURSE Course taken at K.H.S.$ 30.00 Administrative fee per course Course taken at B.H.C. EXAMPLE: 3 cr. Hr. Course 4 cr. Hr. Course 5 cr. Hr. Course $107.50 Tuition & Fees per hour $322.50 $430.00 $537.50
Benefits/Concerns BenefitsConcerns *Facilitates the transition between high school and college *Reduces cost of college education *Reduces time needed to complete program *Reduces high school drop out rates *Prepares students for college work *Reduces remediation *Raises student motivation and aspiration *Offers greater advanced credit opportunities in rural areas *Increases post-secondary enrollment *Transfers to college and universities *Costs involved in programs and potential funding uncertain *Requires cooperation across sectors *Questions of quality and rigor *Capacity of high school facility to provide college level instruction *Capacity of college faculty to adequately serve the needs of HS aged students *Limited access for low-income and the underprepared student *Little or no data to support claims of success
CONTACT Paula Luft, Dual Credit Coordinator – email@example.com@bhc.edu Missy Vail-Frakes, School Counselor – firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com James Bryan, HS Principal – firstname.lastname@example.org@kcud229.org