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REL Central Event: Interpreting Research on Dual Enrollment
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October 14, 2021

Time: 10:00-12:00 p.m. MT

Location: Virtual

Description: In this training, REL Central will facilitate activities for partners from Colorado state and local education agencies. Partners will review their outcomes from Meeting 1 regarding the 5 Ds process and the tool evaluating equitable practices in dual enrollment. We will then lead a root cause analysis activity, exploring factors most associated with challenges and barriers to dual enrollment outcomes related to access, equity, and participation. Then, we will introduce Plan-Do-Study-Act to begin designing an implementation plan to improve some policies and practices related to dual enrollment access, equity, and participation.

Partnership or Research Alliance: Rural Education Research Alliance and College and Career Readiness Research Alliance

Audience: Tammy Ward, Colorado Community College System; Carl Einhaus, Colorado Department of Higher Education; Andy Tucker and Michelle Romero, Colorado Department of Education; Kim Maxwell, Morgan Community College; Martin Goldberg, Front Range Community College; Mary Perez, District 49; Dawn Post, Aurora Public Schools; Lauren Votruba, Swink School District; Diana Zakhem, Englewood Public Schools; Woody Longmire, Harrison School District

Speakers: John Lopez, REL Central; Caitlin Scott, REL Central; Jing Liu, REL Central; Ben Erwin, Education Commission of the States

Report Citation: Gagnon, D., Liu, J., & Cherasaro, T. (2021). Understanding access to and participation in dual enrollment by locale and income level (REL 2021–089). U.S. Department of Education, Institute of Education Sciences, National Center for Education Evaluation and Regional Assistance, Regional Educational Laboratory Central.

John Lopez
(720) 463-3600 ext. 136
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