Bay Region Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment Community & Supports

Dual enrollment is a critical priority statewide and in this region. As a region, we will work together to support each other in expanding access to dual enrollment. 

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Mallory J. Stevens, EdD

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Bay Region Dual Enrollment Context

Resources to help those new to dual enrollment get started. Focuses on the dual enrollment landscape and research on dual enrollment. 

Expand dual enrollment to a broader set of students: adult education, continuation schools, first generation students, English Learners, students with disabilities, foster youth, and justice system involved youth. 

Dual Enrollment Guidebook and resources to support administrators in the creation and maintenance of dual enrollment programs. 

Example guidebooks, forms, presentations, and other resources. Learn from the processes and ideas of other practitioners!

Dual Enrollment in CTE  requires the creation of well designed pathways. In addition, Dual enrollment often touches other initiatives, like Guided Pathways & Apprenticeship. 

Program evaluation is critical to high quality dual enrollment. Provides information on approaches. 

Data is critical on both sides of dual enrollment partnerships.  Provides links to data systems and to supporting documentation. 

Information and resources to inform dual enrollment instruction. Includes resources about Open Educational Resources (OER)

Support creation of articulation agreements between community colleges and their high school partners.

Provides resources to help understand current legislation and related Chancellor's Office guidance. 

Learn more about organizations that support dual enrollment programs  & engage in related research.

Resources to support the creation of dual enrollment programs  (SB 554) for adults pursuing a high school diploma or a high school equivalency certificate