Dual enrollment -- in which high school students can earn some college credits for courses at their high schools -- has become widespread. A new report from the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, conducted with support from Hobsons, noted these programs' prevalence and some of the motives of colleges for supporting them. Key findings:
- 86 percent of college offer some dual enrollment credit.
- Public institutions are more likely than private institutions to do so.
- More than 75 percent of colleges view dual enrollment as a recruiting tool.
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