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DUAL CREDIT IN WISCONSIN DON’T BE LEFT BEHIND!. DUAL CREDIT CONTEXT AND ROI Dual Credit opportunities driven by student needs (ACPs) For students, ACPs.

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1 DUAL CREDIT IN WISCONSIN DON’T BE LEFT BEHIND!

2 DUAL CREDIT CONTEXT AND ROI Dual Credit opportunities driven by student needs (ACPs) For students, ACPs guide course and activity decisions For schools, ACPs drive course and activity offerings Return on Investment (ROI) Actual benefits vs. perceived benefits Opportunity costs Cost savings for parents and students Student engagement in college level rigor

3 Advanced Standing Transcripted Credit Youth Options Course Options Contracts Advanced Placement College Credit in High School DUAL CREDIT OPPORTUNITIES

4 ADVANCED STANDING The credit the student earns is activated once they enter the post-secondary option connected to the agreement. Example; Project Lead The Way Engineering Design and Development Integrated Manufacturing Planning Within the Engineering Technologist Program

5 TRANSCRIPTED CREDIT The college level course and its rigor is taught at the High School by a high school instructor who has gained “articulation certification” Example; Medical Terminology, Student gains 3 credits and a transcript from the connected Technical College

6 38.14 CONTRACTS The high school hires a college level instructor to teach a college level course at the high school to high school students Example; Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Student gains 3 credits and a transcript from the connected Technical College

7 YOUTH OPTIONS Limited to 11 th & 12 th grade students Limited to Wisconsin institutions Students take regularly offered course at selected college or university District pays tuition, fees, books

8 COURSE OPTIONS Provision in state budget Students can take up to two courses at variety of “Educational Institutions” Guidance and rules currently being developed

9 HOW CAN WE MAKE THIS HAPPEN?… Steps to Articulation Step 1Contact your local Career Prep Coordinator at your Connected Tech College; Step 2Decide on the method Step 3Choose the course or curricular area Step 4Set up the formal agreement with the Career Prep Coordinator Step 5Participate in the mentor training Step 6Register the students, first on an internal spreadsheet, then once successful, register with the college

10 Over 26,024 Total from all categories *does not include Advanced Placement or Course Options NUMBER IN WISCONSIN 2O12-13

11 REMEMBER – STUDENTS FIRST Help students get to the courses and activities that will best meet their needs and circumstances and, whenever possible, adapt your course and activity offerings to better meet the needs and circumstances of your students

12 QUESTIONS!


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