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Author(s):Indiana Commission for Higher Education
Title:Policy on dual credit courses taught in high schools by high school faculty
Source:http://www.che.state.in.us/meetings/Agendas/200...
Date:2005
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Short Description:This document outlines provisions for Indiana higher education institutions to offer credit-bearing courses and receive state enrollment change funding.
Annotation:This document outlines provisions for Indiana higher education institutions to offer credit-bearing courses and receive state enrollment change funding. The document establishes credit limits (and exceptions), a requirement that higher education institutions recieve accreditation, cost limitations, and guidance on serving low-income students.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
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Earning College Credit in High School: Dual Enrollment and Advanced Placement
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