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Pathway to 18

Teachers are eligible for support to teach concurrent enrollment!


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SCSC can help teachers connect with post-secondary partners for pathways toward teaching concurrent enrollment.

As a concurrent enrollment instructor, you play a vital role in preparing high school students for college and a career! Studies show students who complete concurrent enrollment courses are more likely to graduate high school, go to college, and complete a post-secondary degree.

Pathway to 18 helps concurrent enrollment instructors become or remain qualified to teach concurrent enrollment courses and achieve the necessary credentialing requirements set forth by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). HLC requires colleges and universities awarding credit to have qualified faculty with discipline-specific credentials, including concurrent enrollment instructors.

If you teach in the liberal arts, the HLC requires a master’s degree or higher in the subject you teach OR a master’s degree or higher in another discipline + 18 graduate credits in the subject you teach.

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For more info, contact:

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Kim Mueller

Coordinator - Career & Technical Education
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