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Welcome. Transforming Learning Opportunities through Enrollment Partnerships. October 10-12, 2004 Boise, Idaho. History. March 1997 → October 2004 13 Meetings/Conferences addressing. Definition Standards Membership Incorporation.

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welcome

Welcome

Transforming Learning Opportunities through Enrollment Partnerships

October 10-12, 2004

Boise, Idaho

history
History

March 1997 →October 2004

13 Meetings/Conferences addressing

  • Definition
  • Standards
  • Membership
  • Incorporation
the lost opportunity of senior year finding a better way
The Lost Opportunity of Senior Year: Finding a better way
  • January 2001

National Commission on the High School Senior Year

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Institutions of higher education and K-12 schools collaborate insufficiently with each other to align academic content, admissions procedures, and expectations for students.
  • There has been no coordinated and critical review and reform of high school and early college curricula.
state dual enrollment policies addressing access and quantity
State Dual Enrollment Policies:Addressing Access and Quantity
  • September 2004

U.S. Department of EducationOffice of Vocational and Adult Education

http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ovae/pi/cclo/cbtrans/index.html

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State Policy
  • State Oversight
  • Target Population
  • Admission Requirements
    • Student Age
    • Academics
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Location
  • Student Mix
  • Instructor
  • Course Content
  • Tuition
  • Funding
collision course rising college costs threaten america s future and require shared solutions
Collision Course: Rising College Costs Threaten America’s Future and Require Shared Solutions
  • August 2004

A Policy Brief from the Lumina Foundation

trends impacting access
Trends Impacting Access
  • dramatic increases in tuition and fees
  • reduced state higher education budgets
  • declines in the purchasing power of student grant aid
  • increasing student debt burdens
  • heightened demand for institutional accountability
nacep response
NACEP Response

Program Linkages

National Standards

Research

Communication

nacep purpose
NACEP Purpose

The Alliance has been organized to link college – school partnerships offering college courses in high schools and to support and promote its constituent partnerships through quality initiatives, program development, national standards, research and communication.

key activities include
Key activities include:
  • promoting national standards
  • researching and sharing information
  • sharing ideas and issues
  • providing professional development
  • fostering cooperation
  • fostering partnerships
  • serving as a national advocate
nacep standards
NACEP Standards

Curriculum

Faculty

Students

Assessment

Program Evaluation

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Curriculum
  • CEP courses = campus courses
  • CEP courses are transcripted
  • CEP courses reflect the

pedagogical, theoretical and philosophical orientation of the college

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Faculty:
  • CEP faculty meet academic

requirements for faculty

teaching at the college campus

  • Orientation
  • Professional development
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Students:
  • Officially registered
  • Course requirements

and prerequisites

  • Student guide
    • Transfer
    • Responsibilities
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Assessment:
  • CEP standards of achievement =

college standards

  • Annual review of CEP sections
  • CEP students assessed using

same methods as on campus

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Evaluation:
  • Course
  • Impact study
  • High School graduate follow up
application for accreditation timeline
Application forAccreditation Timeline
  • January 1, 2005 Submit Intent Form
  • August 1, 2005 Submit Full Application
  • Fall, 2005 Review application

Communicate to Institution

Review Responses

  • January/February 2006 Final Communication/Responses
  • April, 2006 Recommendations to Board
membership
Membership
  • Accredited College and University Member
  • Provisional Member
  • Partner Affiliation
  • Individual Affiliation
  • Student Affiliation
  • Emeritus Member