Massachusetts Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment: Shifting from State Funds to IDEA Funds
Think College Insight Brief #17 describes how dual enrollment programs at several community colleges in Massachusetts have shifted from the use of state funds that were provided as seed money to be self-supporting with the use of IDEA funds and in-kind contributions from the college. Examples of who funds different aspects of the programs, and a template to use to establish a Memorandum of Understanding between a college and a school district are included.
Conroy, M., Hanson, T., Butler, J., & Paiewonsky, M. (2013). Massachusetts Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment: Shifting from state funds to IDEA funds. Think College. Boston, MA: University of Massachusetts Boston, Institute for Community Inclusion.