Friday, August 3, 11:30-12:00, SUB Ballroom B, Theme: Students

Online dual credit programs have allowed small, rural schools to provide students with increased access to college-level courses in high school.  However, many students in high-poverty districts do not have access to a computer or the Internet at home and often cannot afford to pay for the college credit.  Discover the ways one school district in rural Missouri has increased equity and access in dual credit courses through the use of a learning lab, dual credit scholarships, and enhanced community support.