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  1. page Resources edited EdWeek blog, College Bound, May 8, 2015, highlights Washington State work: Dual-Enrollment Advo…

    EdWeek blog, College Bound, May 8, 2015, highlights Washington State work:
    Dual-Enrollment Advocates Work for Federal and State Policy Change

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    Dual enrollment: How states approach course and instructor quality
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  2. page 2015 State Legislation edited ... Washington State Legislature home page ESSHB 1546 was signed on May 8, 2015. The bill clarifi…
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    Washington State Legislature home page
    ESSHB 1546 was signed on May 8, 2015. The bill clarifies differences between College in the High School and Running Start, expands CHS to 10th graders, provides funding for small, rural schools and low-income students in CHS, and allows use of existing funds to assist RS students with transportation, books and fees.
    Plain English version of the bill:
    {ESS HB 1546 overview.pdf}
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  3. page 2015 State Legislation edited ... Resources: Washington State Legislature home page (03/23/15) Side-by-side comparison of tw…
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    Resources:
    Washington State Legislature home page
    (03/23/15)
    Side-by-side comparison of two bills that are still moving through
    ESSHB 1546 was signed on May 8, 2015. The bill clarifies differences between College in the legislature, created by legislative staff:
    {Side by Side Dual Credit Bills SSB 5080 and E.pdf}
    Governor's Budget Proposal
    On December 15th, Governor Inslee released his budget priorities
    High School and budget proposal for 2015-17. His budget proposal includes $9 millionRunning Start, expands CHS to support10th graders, provides funding for small, rural schools and low-income students enrollment in College in the High School. (See links below.)
    December 15, 2014, press release: http://www.governor.wa.gov/news/releases/article.aspx?id=387
    Education priorities: http://www.governor.wa.gov/issues/education/default.aspx
    Summary
    CHS, and allows use of Governor Inslee’s proposal: http://governor.wa.gov/documents/Education_table_12_15.pdf
    Budget highlights education document: http://governor.wa.gov/documents/Education12_15.pdf
    existing funds to assist RS students with transportation, books and fees.
    {ESS HB 1546 overview.pdf}

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Tuesday, April 7

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  2. page home edited ... 5. Streamline processes for obtaining postsecondary credit. The intended outcome of this work…
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    5. Streamline processes for obtaining postsecondary credit.
    The intended outcome of this work is to increase high school student enrollment in dual credit courses, increase the amount of college credit awarded to high school students, and increase diversity in the student enrollment in dual credit courses to reflect local demographics.
    Overview of dual credit programs in Washington
    {00 Dual Credit Program Comparison V.3.docx}

    Where are the Dual Credit Programs and Students in Washington State?
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Tuesday, March 24

  1. page 2015 State Legislation edited ... Resources: Washington State Legislature home page (03/23/15) Side-by-side comparison of tw…
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    Resources:
    Washington State Legislature home page
    (03/23/15)
    Side-by-side comparison of two bills that are still moving through the legislature, created by legislative staff:
    {Side by Side Dual Credit Bills SSB 5080 and E.pdf}

    Governor's Budget Proposal
    On December 15th, Governor Inslee released his budget priorities and budget proposal for 2015-17. His budget proposal includes $9 million to support low-income students enrollment in College in the High School. (See links below.)
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    Summary of Governor Inslee’s proposal: http://governor.wa.gov/documents/Education_table_12_15.pdf
    Budget highlights education document: http://governor.wa.gov/documents/Education12_15.pdf
    HB 1031
    Expanding participation in college in the high school programs.
    Sponsors: Representatives Johnson, Santos, Haler, Appleton, Sells, S. Hunt
    Prefiled on December 8th. Like last year’s HB 2621, this would expand college in the high school to 10th grade.

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