Oklahoma concurrent enrollment grows as funding shrinks
July 23, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — More Oklahoma high school students are registering for college courses as funding for the state's concurrent enrollment program shrinks.
The concurrent enrollment program has allowed high school juniors and seniors to earn college credits since 2005, The Oklahoman (http://bit.ly/2vBBUka ) reported. Seniors are also eligible to receive tuition waivers for six credit hours per semester.
In the 2016-17 school year, nearly 19,400 of the state's high school seniors completed more than 91,000 college credits and didn't have to pay tuition fees. A State Regents for Higher Ed...