Expanding Dual Credit Opportunities
Are you interested in offering college credit for classes already taught at your district?
This meeting will acquaint participants with the various dual credit opportunities available for students to earn college credits while still in high school. Representatives from CVTC, NTC, UW Colleges, UW Oshkosh and Western will be onsite to discuss the various dual credit options available. Topics will range from courses available, transferability, student and teacher requirements.
CVTC will discuss the difference between advanced standing and transcripted credit courses. In addition, the process to establish an agreement will be outlined.
UW Colleges will discuss their concurrent enrollment courses, taught by credential HS teachers, which provide students an opportunity to earn college credits at reduced tuition rates.
UW Oshkosh will detail the benefits of their Cooperative Academic Partnership Program (CAPP) in comparison to Advanced Placement courses. The process of applying to become adjunct faculty, available stipends and graduate credit reimbursement will be discussed.
Intended audience is teachers, principals, counselors and administrators.
No cost to CESA 10 Distance Learning and/or Carl Perkins member schools. Lunch will be provided.