High school career and technical education teachers work with local colleges to assure that the high school classes approved for dual-credit are taught at the college-level and articulate to the college program. During the articulation process, high school teachers and college instructors review standards and competencies taught and align curriculum to ensure students meet or exceed the college program requirements. Secondary and postsecondary partners complete the articulation agreement in a formal written articulation agreement defining the method of awarding college credit.
These working partnerships increase the academic rigor within the high school program, reduce duplication of course work at the college program level, and recognize the accomplishments and advanced skills students obtain by awarding them college credit prior to enrollment.
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