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Managing Articulation. Cross Discipline Deans State Called Meeting February 25, 2013. Juanita Comeau Director College & Career Transitions Madison Area Technical College (608) 246-6596 [email protected]

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managing articulation

Managing Articulation

Cross Discipline Deans

State Called Meeting

February 25, 2013

Juanita ComeauDirectorCollege & Career TransitionsMadison Area Technical College(608) [email protected]
  • Sarah FritzAssociate DeanSchool of Arts & SciencesMadison Area Technical College(608) [email protected]
  • D’Ann ZickertCollege Connections CoordinatorCollege & Career TransitionsMadison Area Technical College(608) [email protected]
State Superintendent Tony Evers and Chancellor Ray Cross, UW Colleges & UW-Extension, signed agreement on June 12, 2012

Technical College System sunsets the General Education MOU Opening the door for our Colleges to expand Dual Credit opportunities. October 2012

president obama s 2013 state of the union address
President Obama’s 2013 State of the Union Address

“And we’ll reward schools that develop new partnerships with colleges and employers, and create classes that focus on science, technology, engineering and math -- the skills today’s employers are looking for to fill the jobs that are there right now and will be there in the future.”

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Transforming Education: Focus on PerformanceGovernor WalkerFebruary 17, 2013
  • Academic and Career plans
  • Core Credit Transfer
how we arrived
How we arrived

The use of CETL fellows to establish a faculty-driven model

madison college dual credit requirements
Madison College dual credit requirements
  • Summer Institute
  • Course outline and syllabus
  • Contract and Memo of Understanding
  • Student application and registration
  • Final exam or assessment
  • Continuation Form
participation growth
Participation growth

School District

Individual Students

  • Number of college courses available
  • Number of district high schools participating
  • Number of high school sections offered
  • Number of students qualifying for credit
  • Number of credits earned
our next steps
Our next steps

Moving toward NACEP Accreditation in 2015-16

Memorandum of Understanding between the Department of Public Instruction and the University of Wisconsin Colleges regarding the Establishment of a Dual Enrollment Partnership
  • Dual enrollment courses offered during the regular school day should be taught by trained high school teachers who are approved to teach college-level courses by the appropriate university academic department(s), with ongoing support and professional development from their high school and the UW Colleges.
technical college guiding principles
Technical College Guiding Principles

High School Teachers Teaching Wisconsin Technical College System (WTCS) Courses to High School Students

High school teachers teaching dual credit courses in general education or technical/core courses shall follow the same guiding principles. If a college chooses to enforce additional requirements they may do so.


If the technical colleges are to maintain the rigor and integrity of quality instruction, as well as provide successful transition to four year universities, do we need consistent requirements in:

  • Certification
  • Training
  • Professional Development