Students who dually enroll in college classes do better after high schoolOctober 11, 2017 |
by Michael Goot
New York students who were dually enrolled in college classes while in high school had higher college completion rates than the national average, according to a national study.
Dual enrollment accounted for about 21 percent of new community college students in New York, which is higher than the national average of 15 percent, according to the study from the Community College Research Center. Fifty percent of those students went on to a four-year college and 38 percent attended a two-year college.