Twenty-one states have implemented programs to give high school students access to more-challenging postsecondary classes.
*Minimal or no cost to students.
*Credit received applies toward high school graduation and postsecondary institutions.
*Few course restrictions.
MODERATELY COMPREHENSIVE PROGRAMS
*Minimal or no cost to students, but credit received applies toward high school graduation only.
*Students pay tuition costs of postsecondary classes.
*More academic credit restrictions.
*Stringent criteria on eligible courses.
*Recently implemented programs of which little is known yet.
*College courses taught for credit in high schools.
Source: Education Commission of the States