— New Dual Enrollment Toolkit

May 24th 2016 - News Release

In partnership with the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO), the Career Ladders Project and the RP Group have created a Dual Enrollment Toolkit. The Toolkit is an online resource that highlights promising practices and materials to support secondary and community college partners in offering high school students opportunities to earn college credits while they complete their high school diplomas. The toolkit complements and provides links to the official legal opinions, guidelines and advisories issued by the CCCCO, as well as pertinent legislation and regulations. Development of the toolkit was informed by a system Advisory Committee appointed by the CCCCO. Funding for this work was provided by the CCCCO, Rancho Santiago Community College District, and the James Irvine Foundation.

This resource highlights promising practices and provides resources, documents, and materials currently being used by California Community College administrators and faculty and their secondary partners to provide high school students with opportunities to earn college credits at California Community Colleges (CCC) while they complete the requirements for their high school diplomas. The intent is to provide specific, concrete guidance and evidence to interested college administrators, faculty and staff who are planning to build partnerships with K12 districts to support dual enrollment efforts on their campuses and/or within their districts.

For more information and to access the toolkit, click here.

JUNE 7th, 2016


A webinar with members of the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the authors of the Toolkit will be held on June 7th at 10 -11:30 a.m. to walk participants through the Toolkit and answer questions about dual enrollment in California.
Participants may submit questions in advance until May 27th at: join the webinar click here on June 7th at 10:00 a.m.
Meeting Passcode: 742510

  • Don Harjo Daves-Rougeaux

    Will the webinar be available for viewing afterwards? If so will you post a link?

    • Dan Figueroa

      Hi Don,
      We have just updated the page with links to the recording and slides!