ACCEL Program Dual-Enrollment-HOPE Advanced Placement (AP) Articulated Credit Early College . Postsecondary Credit-Based Opportunities for Georgia Students. Coming soon Fall 2005. Georgia Department of Education Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Career Development. Goal.
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Postsecondary Credit-Based Opportunities for Georgia Students
Georgia Department of Education
Career, Technical and Agricultural Education
ACCEL Program-is a collaborative effort between GDOE and Board of Regents whereby high school students take academic college courses to receive both high school credit and postsecondary credit; program is administered by the Georgia Student Finance Commission (including the funding process) www.gsfc.org
ACCEL-length of eligibility for HOPE SCHOLARSHIP
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DUAL ENROLLMENT-is a collaborative effort between GDOE and DTAE whereby high school students take technical college courses to receive both high school credit and postsecondary credit; program is administered collaboratively between GDOE and GSFC www.gsfc.org
DUAL ENROLLMENT-length of eligibility for HOPE GRANT
Advanced Placement is administered by College Board as a cooperative endeavor between high schools and colleges/universities. (http://www.collegeboard.com/ap)
Articulated Credit -is a program which allows students who take an eligible career, technical and agricultural education program to receive credit or advanced placement at the local technical college or other postsecondary institution that has a signed agreement with the local high school.
Articulation with technical colleges is an integral part of the TECH PREP process in Georgia.
2. Compressing the number of years to a college degree
3. Removing financial and other barriers to college