Hobsons and longtime partner AASA, the School Superintendents Association recently surveyed AASA's membership to learn more about dual credit programs in the United States and to determine how leaders are implementing them in their districts. The research sought to examine whether dual credit programs are currently driving value for both districts and their students and if so, to provide information on what it takes for programs to be successful.
Download the report for the complete survey results and to learn more about:
- Benefits accrued from dual credit programs
- Possible barriers to optimal program adoption
- Whether dual credit program completion is an effective indicator of college and career readiness