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College credit in high school is all the rage, but what's the payoff?

by Peter Balonon-Rosen Jan 19, 2018
Today there are almost four times as many students taking college courses under the age of 18 compared to 20 years ago.
A student listens during a critical thinking class at Energy Tech High School in Queens, New York. The dual-enrollment class gives students both high school credit and college credit from a nearby community college.
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