Dual Enrollment, Articulation and Transfer

Resources on topics such as dual and concurrent enrollment, articulation and transfer, credit and non-credit course transfer and early college high schools

  • Guide/Tool
October 2018

This guide from the College Board and Advance CTE examines how specific AP courses can be embedded into or used to augment programs of study by Career Cluster.

  • Guide/Tool
February 2019

This guide from the College Board describes AP Seminar’s course contents and provides state, district, and student examples of how AP Seminar could be potentially embedded into a CTE program of study.

  • Policy
July 2012

Excel in CTE was launched in 2012 to help students transition to postsecondary education and training by increasing industry-recognized credential attainment and dual enrollment. The program has grown substaintially since then, serving more than 10,000 students a year. 

  • Guide/Tool
January 2019

This guide from Advance CTE and the College Board examines how specific CLEP exams can be embedded into or used to augment programs of study by Career Cluster.

  • Case Study
May 2018

This report from the Education Commission of the States discusses state approaches to broaden dual enrollment access and provide pre-collegiate experiences to middle-and lower- achieving students.

  • Policy
July 2018

Florida's comprehensive approach to program approval and articulation in postsecondary allows institutions to easily implement new programs, and allows learners to transition seamlessly through the career ladder. 

  • Policy
August 2018

Washington State created Direct Transfers Agreements across all public colleges. This guarantees that a student who obtains a DTA associate degree from a public community or technical college will have completed the core requirements of a public four-year institution.

  • Policy
March 2014

Nevada's CTE College Credit authorized the development of statewide articulation agreements for CTE programs at participating colleges to incentivize CTE completion and accelerate students' attainment of postsecondary credentials. 

The Learning that Works Resource Center was developed through the New Skills for Youth initiative, a partnership of the Council of Chief State School Officers, Advance CTE and the Education Strategy Group, generously funded by JPMorgan Chase & Co