This discussion in collaboration with the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnership (NACEP) focused on how concurrent enrollment can support our efforts at the national and state level to ensure all students are college and career ready. Following a short presentation from NACEP, there was a panel discussion around the role that concurrent enrollment can play in support of efforts to align secondary and postsecondary education, increase rigor, and provide content-specific professional development for educators.
- Jaclyn Dumond, College Achievement Program (CAP), University of Southern Indiana (Evansville, Indiana); NACEP Governmental Relations Chair
- Adam Lowe, Executive Secretary, NACEP (Chapel Hill, North Carolina)
- Shirley Bazdar, Director of Career, Technical and Adult Education, Loudon County Public Schools (Ashburn, Virginia)
- Lynn Burbank, Director of Credit and Noncredit Programs, Continuing Education, University of Minnesota Duluth (Duluth, Minnesota); NACEP President
- Kent Scheffel, Vice President, Enrollment Services, Lewis & Clark Community College (Godfrey, Illinois); NACEP Treasurer
- John Fiset, Associate Director, Syracuse University Project Advance (Syracuse, New York)
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