Fraud in Dual EnrollmentApril 6, 2017 |
by George Leef
There is nothing at all wrong with high-school students enrolling in college courses if they are ready to take them. Sadly, though, state governments have chosen to set up programs to encourage this, along with money for colleges (especially community colleges) that “help” high-school students by allowing them to do some of their college credits while still in high school. Now we have an incentive for that nasty trio called Waste, Fraud, and Abuse.
In this new Martin Center article, Shannon Watkins looks at North Carolina’s “dual enrollment” program and finds that there is a lot of skullduggery going on.