Students should get equal credit for equal work | Guest View
Last updated 7/6/2021 at 12:37pm
Imagine four high school students sitting around a classroom table working on a project for a class that would help them earn college credit, helping them jump start their career and save money on college. What if I told you only three of those four students got college credit, even though all four did the same work?
Until this year, that was the reality for Washington high school students.
Washington has some innovative and cost-effective programs that help our students with college costs, student debt, and put them on the fast-track to a family-wage job. Dual credit programs like Runni...