Predictive Effects of College-Level Work Completed in High School on Baccalaureate Degree Outcomes

October 4, 2022

October 4, 2022 | 2:00-3:00 pm ET
The promise of completing college-level work in high school is that students will be more prepared for college and have a shorter time to degree attainment, thus saving them on higher education costs. Yet, little research is available to validate these conclusions. Therefore, Dr. Perkins examined 2,817 students from a private university to determine the predictive effects of high school students completing college-level work on years to completion, graduation GPA, and total hours completed.



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