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Syracuse University Project Advance - Project Advance was created on the Syracuse University campus in 1972 and has grown to be one of the largest and oldest concurrent enrollment programs in the nation. Its mission is to offer qualified high school students the opportunity to enroll in Syracuse University’s introductory courses. The program currently enrolls 3,800 students a year in 120 selected high schools and has served as a model for similar programs at Indiana University, University of North Carolina/Greensboro, University of Pittsburgh and University of Wisconsin. The Web site includes general information on the project for students, teachers and administrators, as well as research on the impact of the program....

The National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnerships (NACEP) - NACEP links college-school programs offering college courses in high schools, and supports and promotes its constituent programs through quality initiatives, program development, national standards, research and communication. The Web site is currently undergoing construction but provides information on current issues, upcoming events and links to concurrent enrollment partnerships across the nation....


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