Advantages Of Dual Enrollment: Pros And Cons?

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Dual Enrollment (DE) is a program that allows students to be enrolled in two different academically related institutions at the same time. Usually, this term refers to those high school kids who take both high school classes and college classes at the same time. The college credits earned through DE can be applied toward high school graduation or can be transferred to any college/university but rules vary from state to state. If you do not go to college after high school graduation, then you should probably not choose Dual Enrollment because the credits earned through DE will not do you any good. Nowadays, most of the students go to college, so it’s a great deal for them. Sometimes Dual enrollment classes can be really tough. Therefore, when choosing classes for their senior year; the vast majority choose the most unchallenging classes that require almost no effort at all. People make this decision because they think it would require less work and obviously who would want to work hard while they have a better option? That’s where most of them are wrong! In the long run, even for…show more content…
Since, the students take college courses while in high school, they’re not really mature at that age because they’ve been used to being watched all the time. So, when they get freedom; either it spoils them or makes them mature before age. For example, in this age, everyone likes partying and stuff and when there’s no one to stop you, you’re definitely going to waste your time on all this childish stuff (Although having fun isn’t a bad thing but like someone said, “excess of everything is bad”). Many people like to go wild at this age but not all of them are same. Some try to manipulate their time for their best. Because they know that these charms are not going to last forever. Sooner or later, they’ll have to face the hard reality of the

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