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College Level Examination Program (CLEP-)
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College Level Examination Program (CLEP-), College Level Examination Program (CLEP®) The College Board’s College Level, students an opportunity to demonstrate their mastery of college-level materials in introductory subjects and earn college credit. Developed by the College Board, CLEP has been the most widely trusted credit-by-examination program for over 40 years, accepted by 2,900 colleges and universities, between 3 and 12 credits of college-level coursework before leaving high school, depending
Dual Enrollment
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Policy Guidance 2018 Webinar Dual Enrollment Policy Update College Transition Courses Policy Guidance You Might Also Like College Level Examination Program (CLEP®) Dual Enrollment Dual enrollment is the simultaneous enrollment of a student at both high school and college in which the student receives credit on both their high school and college transcripts for the same course. Students may enroll in college courses at local technical, community and/or four-year colleges
Graduation Pathways
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in Post-Secondary Education: Louisiana students are prepared for four-year colleges via college-prep, School and Career and College Readiness Data Financial Aid (FAFSA
Advanced Placement
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with the TOPS core sequence. AP ensures students going to four-year colleges have taken a true college prep, to earn college credit by taking rigorous courses in high school. Students who demonstrate mastery, be eligible for college credit for the course. Research suggests that students who complete AP® coursework are: Better prepared for college-level work Stand-outs in the college admissions process More likely to continue beyond their freshman year in college More likely to graduate within
High School Performance
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EOC Summary Download 2007-2012 School EOC Comparison by Subject Download College Level Entrance Program Scores Coming Soon Louisiana College Enrollment Reports - State Reports FileDownload 2014-2015 College Enrollment Report Download 2013-2014 College Enrollment Report Download 2012-2013 College Enrollment Report Download 2011-2012 College Enrollment Report Download Fall College Enrollment Report 2007-2011
Individual Student Planning
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Planning for College and Career Readiness College and Career planning resources and tools, . The College Board’s National Office for School Counselor Advocacy (NOSCA), has created guides for school counselors to create a comprehensive program of individual student planning for college, through Cohort 2017) Financial Aid Planning Jump Start Graduation Pathways Louisiana minimum college
Financial Aid
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(FAFSA), which can be used at four-year universities, two-year community colleges, and technical
EXPLORE, PLAN, ACT, WORKKEYS
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and measure college and career readiness. EXPLORE Students in grades 8 and 9 take EXPLORE to aid, , American College Test, which also assesses the four core academic areas and serves as an indicator of college readiness. This test is widely used for college admission and is scored on a scale of 0 to 36
New Generation Career Readiness Resources
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to college and career success. The links below automatically provide access to the latest-version, is the link to Career Awareness II: College and Career Success. This course highlights skills students will need for college and career success. In addition to a continued emphasis on mastering soft, skills in demand by regional employers. This course emphasizes graduation and college and career
10 Years after Hurricane Katrina
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, graduation rates, and college enrollment. New Orleans students now graduate on time at nearly the same rate as the state average and are enrolling in college at an equivalent rate. Please click, scores, student test scores, cohort graduation rates, dropout rates, college enrollment, and TOPS college scholarships. For more information, data files and other resources are provided below. Data, College Enrollment (Class of 2004, Classes of 2011 to 2014) Taylor Opportunity Plan Scholarships