Dual Enrollment Opportunity Study
The North Carolina General Assembly authorized the Dual Enrollment Opportunity Study to examine factors impacting all students' ability to complete high school courses leading to college credit, an associate degree, or a career-ready credential, including an examination of opportunity, resources, fees, and personnel, and the alignment of dual enrollment courses used to satisfy high school graduation courses. NCDPI contracted with UNC-G SERVE Center to do the study. The study was approved by the State Board of Education and submitted to the General Assembly in July 2022.
IES Grant Research
The Career and College Promise (CCP) Evaluation Partnership studied the three pathways of the CCP program: College Transfer, Career and Technical Education, and Cooperative Innovative High Schools, finding positive impacts for all students, and especially for students underrepresented in higher education. This study is supported by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) at the U.S. Department of Education. These positive impacts are captured in the CCP Infographics.
CCP Course Enrollment 2021-2022
The Career and College Promise The data table below provides NCDPI CCP public school student enrollment data from the 2021-2022 school year. This data table shows the number and percent of 11th and 12th grade students who enrolled in at least one dual enrollment course in 2021-2022.