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College Level Learning in High School: Policies, Practices a
This report examines college-level learning in high school and related issues such as high school curriculum and standards, college access and equity, faculty jobs and curricular authority, and relations between two-year and four-year colleges. It examines the central role of college and university policies and practices, both toward the sponsorship of college-level learning in high school and toward the acceptance of college-level credits and presents new research finding on academic leaders' attitudes toward college-level learning in high school.
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College-Level Learning in High School: Policies, Practices, and Practical Implications
D. Bruce Johnstone and Beth Del Genio
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