ACCEL Program Double Enlistment Trust Propelled Position (AP) Enunciated Credit Early School

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´╗┐ACCEL Program Dual-Enrollment-HOPE Advanced Placement (AP) Articulated Credit Early College Postsecondary Credit-Based Opportunities for Georgia Students Coming soon Fall 2005 Georgia Department of Education Career, Technical and Agricultural Education Career Development

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Goal Participants will know about the postsecondary credit move programs accessible to qualified Georgia secondary school understudies.

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Objectives To give a definition to postsecondary credit-based move program To give sound to understudies taking an interest in postsecondary credit-based move projects To give data in regards to postsecondary credit-based move programs in Georgia To give assets and materials to understudies and guardians with respect to postsecondary credit-based move programs

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Postsecondary Credit-based Transition Programs whereby secondary school understudies can gain both secondary school and postsecondary credit or propelled situation at the same time while in secondary school.

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ACCEL Program-is a communitarian exertion amongst GDOE and Board of Regents whereby secondary school understudies take scholarly school courses to get both secondary school credit and postsecondary credit; program is directed by the Georgia Student Finance Commission (counting the subsidizing procedure) www.gsfc.org To give GA secondary school understudies with the chance to gain scholastic professional education level acknowledge hours as they at the same time meet their secondary school graduation prerequisites To give understudies who have as of now effectively finished the vast majority of the scholastic coursework accessible at their secondary school with extra scholarly open doors at a nearby private or open school/college

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ACCEL-qualification Public secondary school understudies are qualified beginning Fall 2004. Private secondary school understudies are qualified beginning Winter/Spring 2005. Understudies must be delegated a lawful occupant of Georgia Students must meet citizenship necessities Students must meet Selective Service Registration prerequisites Students must not owe a discount on a State program Students must be in consistence with Georgia's Drug-Free Postsecondary Education Act of 1990 Students must meet the postsecondary confirmations necessities ACCEL-length of qualification for HOPE SCHOLARSHIP Accel is not accessible amid Summer terms. Accel hours will be incorporated into the 127 semester/190 quarter HOPE Combined-Paid-Hours constraint.

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These structures are found at www.gsfc.org ACCEL-application handle Student finishes "Understudy Section" of Accel Program Application High School finishes "Secondary School Section" of Accel Application College finishes "School Section" of Accel Application Completed application is sent to GSFC and school solicitations to GSFC ACCEL-grant Students going to open organizations get educational cost, HOPE-endorsed obligatory expenses, and a book remittance of $150 per semester (6+ hrs = full book recompense; 1 to 5 hrs = half book stipend). Understudies going to private organizations get up to $3,000 per scholastic year for full-time enlistment (or a star appraised sum for not as much as full-time participation).

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DUAL ENROLLMENT-is a synergistic exertion amongst GDOE and DTAE whereby secondary school understudies take specialized school courses to get both secondary school credit and postsecondary credit; program is directed cooperatively amongst GDOE and GSFC www.gsfc.org To give GA secondary school understudies with the chance to acquire specialized course credit in a recognition or endorsement program as they at the same time meet their secondary school graduation necessities To give GA secondary school understudies with the chance to take an interest in school level specialized courses not accessible at the nearby secondary school or take part at a larger amount than what is offered at the neighborhood secondary school.

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DUAL ENROLLMENT-qualification Public secondary school understudies are qualified beginning Fall term 2004 (FY 05) Students must be named a lawful occupant of Georgia Students must meet citizenship necessities Students must meet Selective Service Registration prerequisites Students must not owe a discount on a State program Students must be in consistence with Georgia's Drug-Free Postsecondary Education Act of 1990 Students must meet the postsecondary confirmations prerequisites DUAL ENROLLMENT-length of qualification for HOPE GRANT Dual enlistment program is accessible amid all school terms Dual-enlistment give hours will be incorporated into the 63 semester/95 quarter Grant-Paid Hours and Combined-Paid Hours restrain

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DUAL ENROLLMENT-application handle The application procedure fluctuates from school to class, thusly, understudies ought to meet with the nearby secondary school advocate or contact the neighborhood Tech Prep Consortium Coordinator at the nearby specialized school DUAL ENROLLMENT-grant Students going to a Georgia open specialized school will get postsecondary educational cost, HOPE-affirmed compulsory expenses, and a book remittance

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Advanced Placement is managed by College Board as a helpful attempt between secondary schools and schools/colleges. ( http://www.collegeboard.com/ap ) ADVANCED PLACEMENT-reason To give GA secondary school understudies with the chance to acquire higher education level credit hours or get propelled situation at the postsecondary level as they all the while meet their secondary school graduation prerequisites To help understudies who wish to have an all the more scholastically difficult program at the secondary school level ADVANCED PLACEMENT-qualification College Board advocates a comprehensive way to deal with AP classes which implies all understudies are qualified. In any case, some neighborhood schools may force more particular qualification criteria.

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ADVANCED PLACEMENT-length of qualification/application prepare Students must meet neighborhood school qualification prerequisites Students/Parents ought to contact the nearby school instructors for data in regards to admissions to AP classes ADVANCED PLACEMENT-grant Students must meet postsecondary affirmations necessities AP exam scores go from 1 to 5, with "5" being amazingly qualified; a score of "3" will typically qualify an understudy for credit or propelled standing

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Articulated Credit - is a program which permits understudies who take a qualified profession, specialized and rural training system to get credit or propelled situation at the neighborhood specialized school or other postsecondary establishment that has a consented to arrangement with the nearby secondary school. To encourage the consistent move of understudies from auxiliary to postsecondary instruction To wipe out duplication obviously content in profession, specialized and rural coursework at the postsecondary level Articulation with specialized schools is an essential part of the TECH PREP handle in Georgia.

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ARTICULATED CREDIT-length of qualification Students are restricted to the quantity of enunciated credits in light of the program region. Understudies may not win more than half of the quarter hours expected to finish the program in enunciated credit. Verbalized CREDIT-application prepare Students ought to see the neighborhood school instructor for data with respect to the application procedure for enunciated credit or the Consortium Coordinator for Tech Prep normally found at the nearby specialized school. Understudies must meet postsecondary affirmations necessities to get credit ARTICULATED CREDIT-grant handle Minimum evaluations in optional course dictated by the specialized school Contact the nearby postsecondary specialized school for other honor criteria

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Early College New Early College High Schools can possibly enhance secondary school graduation rates and better get ready understudies for family-supporting vocations by: 1. Changing the structure of the secondary school years 2. Compacting the quantity of years to a college degree 3. Evacuating money related and different hindrances to college For data with respect to the new Early College Program go to: http://www.earlycolleges.org/

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