Resources for Dual Enrollment Administrators
Consider joining one of the dual enrollment organizations listed on our Dual Enrollment Organization page.
Key Resources for Dual Enrollment Administrators
Bay Region Dual Enrollment Administrators Guidebook v. 3: This guidebook provides insight into the practices and challenges of Bay Region dual enrollment programs.
Designing Professional Development for Dual Enrollment Instructors —Strategies for Coordinators (Career Ladders Project)
Dual Enrollment Planning
Creating Dual Enrollment Partnerships from Career Ladders Project (CLP)
Implementing a Dual Enrollment Program (2012) CCRC provides questions to guide the implementation of dual enrollment through from the initial creation through measuring success.
Supporting: Dual Enrollment Instructional Minutes (CLP): Interview with the Fiscal Consultant, School Fiscal Services at the California Department of Education discussing instructional minutes at the high school and ADA.
California Department of Education Q&A: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about the instructional time and attendance accounting requirements for dual enrollment.
Career Pathways Mapping Toolkit Career pathways maps clarify and align programs and services; they link increasing levels of certification, education, and employment; and they support students in choosing among the opportunities that interest them. Understanding this important process is critical in creating strong dual enrollment programs.
Research to Inform Practice
Research Priorities for Advancing Equitable Dual Enrollment Policy and Practice (2022) Author(s): Jason L. Taylor, Taryn Ozuna Allen, Brian P. An, Christine Denecker, Julie A. Edmunds, John Fink, Matt S. Giani, Michelle Hodara, Xiaodan Hu, Barbara F. Tobolowsky, Willie Chen. Of interest to practitioners, because it encapsulates the thinking on the work we are all doing, encapsulates best practices for us to think about and implement, and it also has an appendices that are literature reviews that encapsulates critical dual enrollment research by topic:
A1 Dual Enrollment Equity and Justice (Taryn Ozuna Allen)
A2 Dual Enrollment Participation and Access (John Fink)
A3 Dual Enrollment Outcomes and Impacts (Brian P. An)
A4 Dual Enrollment Student Experiences (Barbara F. Tobolowsky)
A5 Dual Enrollment Finance and Affordability (Xiaodan Hu)
A6 Dual Enrollment & Career and Technical Education (Matt S. Giani)
A7 Early College High Schools (Julie A. Edmunds)
A8 Dual Enrollment Faculty, Professional Development, and Faculty Background & Training (Christine Denecker)
A9 Dual Enrollment Implementation, Program Design, and Leadership (Michelle Hodara)
Dual Enrollment in California: Promoting Equitable Student Access and Success (October 2021) from the Public Policy Institute of California
A Foot in the Door: Growth in Participation and Equity in Dual Enrollment in California (October 2021) from Wheelhouse: The Center for Community College Leadership and Research
The Dual Enrollment Playbook: A Guide to Equitable Acceleration for Students (October 2020) by the Community College Research Center (CCRC)
A Guide to Launching and Expanding Dual Enrollment Programs for Historically Underserved Students in California (June 2014) by Rogéair Purnell, Ph.D.
Concurrent Courses: Pathways to College and Careers Initiative (2008-2012) from the Community College Research Center (CCRC)
Community College Research Center - Extensive dual enrollment research including:
Concurrent Courses: Pathways to College and Careers Initiative (January 2008–June 2012) Research which informed the development of AB 288.
SREC Dual Enrollment Research: A Comprehensive Overview (June 2020): Provides an overview of dual enrollment research. Groups research into three areas, including return on investment, equity and access, and quality curriculum and instruction. Read definitions of terminology carefully, as it does vary from state to state.
Dual Enrollment Leadership Academy (CCEMC) Join DELA and learn from top High School and College leaders on how to guide and direct a successful DE program that will support closing the gap for first generation college students and increase achievement for all students.
Vision Resource Center Dual Enrollment Training (1 hour): Covers the dual enrollment options in the California Community Colleges with an emphasis on College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP). The module provides a brief introduction to dual enrollment generally and then explores the specifics of the students, courses, schools and faculty that will most benefit from a CCAP agreement and how an agreement can be initiated. Available to community college staff, administrators and instructors after registration.
Also check out Dual Enrollment Best Practices for documents and ideas from other dual enrollment programs.