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.
Mallory J. Stevens, EdD
Pathways Support Consultant
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Current Updates & Bay Region Dual Enrollment Exchange
Bay Region Dual Enrollment Exchange: Monthly meetings to share best practices, challenges and solutions with other regional practitioners. See 2020 agendas and notes here.
Dual Enrollment Contact Survey: Share this survey with dual enrollment practitioners (K12 and Community College). The goal to expand communication with the dual enrollment community in the Bay Area.
Foothill-DeAnza Adult Education (Presentation and Resources)
Bay Area Apprenticeship Programs (BACCC Adele Burns)
20-21 Monterey Country CTE Program Inventory: Tracks connections between high school and community college programs, grouping them by sector.
Glossary of Terms & Definitions: This list is meant to support the creation of a shared regional vocabulary. If there is a term that should be on this list or if you would like to provide feedback on a proposed definition, submit suggestions here.
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.
Creating Dual Enrollment Partnerships from Career Ladders Project (CLP)
Resources for Dual Enrollment Online Onboarding from Career Ladders Project (CLP)
Problem Solving: Moving Dual Enrollment Online from Career Ladders Project (CLP) A webinar series.
Concurrent Courses: Pathways to College and Careers Initiative (2008-2012) from the Community College Research Center (CCR)
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.
CATEMA System Home Page: Online Registration & System Management for Career And Technology Education used to track articulation agreements
Culturally Relevant Pedagogy in Dual Enrollment (Presentation)
Pedagogy and Working with Adolescents (CLP Professional Development)
CalState LA Teaching Dual Enrollment Students (Training) 20 hours of online training, earn two (2) continuing education units
Example Forms, Handbooks & Presentations
BACCC Dual Enrollment Overview presented to K-12 Pathway Coordinators (November 4th, 2020)
DeAnza College Pharm Technology CCAP Pathway Presentation presented at Bay Region Dual Enrollment Exchange (November 3rd, 2020)
Foothill-DeAnza Adult Education (Presentation and Resources)
Problem Solving: Moving Dual Enrollment Online (CLP Webinar Series): Webinar recordings and presentations around supporting students online. Check out the Resources for Dual Enrollment Online Onboarding
Los Medanos College Dual Enrollment Decision Matrix flowchart (February 2017)
Cabrillo College Student & Parent Handbook (August 2020)
Support & Research Partners
Career Ladders Project - Career Ladders Project promotes equity-minded community college redesign.
Community College Research Center - Extensive dual enrollment research including:
Concurrent Courses: Pathways to College and Careers Initiative - Research which informed the development of AB 288.
California Coalition of Early & Middle Colleges (CCEMC) - CCEMC establishes and documents best practices to strengthen K-12 and college partnerships & support dual enrollment.
College & Career Academy Support Network (CASN) - CCASN’s Mission: is to build capacity of educators and communities to enact research-based strategies for student success now and in college, career, and civic life; collect and disseminate evidence on student outcomes and exemplary practices; and promote policies to make education fair and real.
Middle College National Consortium (MCNC) - Works to to increase the number of high school students, nationally, who have access to college classes in Early Colleges, Middle Colleges and Dual Enrollment Programs
National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) - A national organization supporting programs, practitioners, and policy to advance concurrent and dual enrollment programs.
Jobs for the Future (JFF) Early College Initiative - Provides impact stories and research about early college credit as a tool in equity advancement.
Advance CTE - Supports visionary state leadership, cultivate best practices to advance high-quality CTE policies, programs and pathways. Specific resources on dual enrollment, articulation and transfer, searchable by education level and state.
College in High School Alliance - a coalition of national and state organizations collaborating to positively impact policies and build broad support for programs that enable high school students to enroll in authentic, affordable college pathways toward postsecondary degrees and credentials offered with appropriate support.
Designing Dual Enrollment to Reach English Learners (December 2020)
The Dual Enrollment Playbook: A Guide to Equitable Acceleration for Students (2020) The Aspen Institute and Community College Research Center
Dual Enrollment and Guided Pathways Converge for Equity: A Case Study (CLP November 2019)
General Dual Enrollment Research
More Research: Current research on dual enrollment from the Education Commission of the States
An overview of Apprenticeships in Community Colleges (Presentation) Adele Burns, Regional Director of Apprenticeships
ASCCC OERI Canvas Site: Learn about Open Educational Resources that reduce the cost of textbooks for students... an important question in any dual enrollment program!
Dual Enrollment Electronic Form
Dual Enrollment: Moving to an Electronic Form (CLP) Provides context for supporting the move to electronic form and
Dual Enrollment Electronic Form Matrix (Career Ladders Dual Enrollment Basecamp
Ability to Benefit: Dual Enrollment (National College Transition Network)
Includes a link to the Ability to Benefit State Leadership (June 2020) webinar.
Bay Area Apprenticeship Programs (Adele Burns)
Data & Standards
FERPA and Dual Enrollment
FERPA Privacy and Data Sharing (US Department of Education)
CTE Model Curriculum Standards: Understand the standards under which high schools build their CTE Pathways.
California Department of Education Post Secondary Resources: Resources for students, parents, counselors, and educators that provide information about preparing for and gaining admission to college.
Dual Enrollment Courses on High School Transcripts
Instructor Minimum Qualifications (2019): List of minimum qualifications required to teach at a California Community College by discipline
California Community Colleges Contracted District Audit Manual: All community college districts are required to have an annual audit. Section 427 of this document provides information on auditing of dual enrollment partnerships.
Students with Disabilities Preparing for Postsecondary Education: Know Your Rights and Responsibilities (US Department of Education)
Centers of Excellence (COE) for Labor Market Data (Bay Area Regional Studies)
CTE Employment Outcomes Survey (CTEOS) A statewide study to assess employment outcomes of students who have participated in career technical education (CTE) coursework at California Community Colleges.
Legislation & Chancellor's Office Memos
AB 30 AB-30 Community colleges: College and Career Access Pathways partnerships
SB 554 Public schools: adult school students: Advanced Scholastic and Vocational Training Program
AB 2346 Public postsecondary education: community colleges: exemption from nonresident tuition
AB 102 AB-102 College and Career Access Pathways partnerships (Introduced)
If passed, this bill would extend those provisions related to CCAP partnerships indefinitely.
AB 103 Pupil instruction: College and Career Access Pathways partnerships: county offices of education (Introduced)
If passed, this bill would specify that “high school,” as used in the bill, includes a community school, continuation high school, or juvenile court school. The bill would also authorize county offices of education to enter into CCAP partnerships with the governing boards of community college districts in accordance with these provisions.
Training & Memos from the Chancellor's Office
Chancellor's Office Dual Enrollment Resource Links These resources are provided in the Dual Enrollment training through the Vision Resource Center which is updated every 6 months!
State of CTE: Dual Enrollment in Perkins V State Plans (Advance CTE Blog)
50-State Comparison: Dual/Concurrent Enrollment Policies: A comparison of dual enrollment policy organized by state based on practices outlined in Increasing Student Access and Success in Dual Enrollment Programs: 13 Model State-Level Policy Components
Summary of AB 103 from the Youth Law Center (Sponsor)