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Bridging the High School–College Gap
The Role of Concurrent Enrollment Programs

Edited by Gerald S. Edmonds and Tiffany M. Squires

Cloth $75.00L    |    978-0-8156-3451-5    |    2016

Paper $44.95s    |    978-0-8156-3432-4    |    2016

ebook 978-0-8156-5354-7

"This book can assist practitioners, policy makers, and researchers in understanding the value of concurrent enrollment and the operation of high-quality programs that provide post-secondary learning outcomes. It demonstrates the significance of concurrent enrollment and the steps that go into operating a successful program."—Kent Scheffel, Vice President of Enrollment Services, Lewis and Clark Community College

"Concurrent enrollment is entering a new era of greater visibility and popularity. However, concurrent enrollment programs exist in an astounding variety. If we are to make certain that the ideals of quality and equity are not lost in this rich but wild diversity, we need big-picture overviews of the field. This book tackles our current need by addressing a myriad of issues that a program could face, presenting the reader with diverse perspectives, instructive models, and pertinent research."—Michael Giazzoni, director, College in High School, University of Pittsburgh

  Bridging the High School College Gap

  Gerald S. Edmonds is assistant provost of academic programs at Syracuse University and executive director of Syracuse University Project Advance. Tiffany M. Squires is a specialist for Research, Evaluation, and Assessment with Syracuse University. She has fifteen years of experience in K-12 education as teacher, principal, and professional development facilitator.

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6 x 9, 448 pages, 10 black-and-white illustrations, 36 tables, notes, bibliography, index

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