In the movie Monty Python’s Holy Grail, King Arthur of the Britons is charged with taking a sacred journey to recover one of the most revered relics of all time. He travels to distant lands, forms a band of some of the greatest knights of his era, and withstands wave after wave of ruthless taunting by the French. True to typical blogging form, I will now explain, through a vague and overextended metaphor, how an awesome parody of an Anglican myth relates to your college experience.
Posts tagged ‘Concurrent Enrollment’
Bob Herbert writes in a column for the New York Times (5/18), "We hear a lot of talk about the importance of educational achievement and the knee-buckling costs of college. What if you could get kids to complete two years of college by the time they finish high school?" According to Herbert, Bard High School Early College in...
During the 2008-09 year, 27,444 Utah high school students participated in the state's concurrent enrollment program. Students from all USOE districts earned concurrent credit; 128 public, charter, and alternative high schools participated. This report documents the concurrent enrollment activities from participant student demographics to type of courses taken. Final 2007-08 data is provided for comparison. For questions, contact Cynthia Grua, email@example.com, 801-321-7152.