2010-11 and Beyond
A program through which high school students are dually enrolled in both high school and college (e.g., youth options, youth apprenticeship, advanced standing, transcripted credit) and earn both high school and college credit.
When a course may earn both high school and college credits districts are requested to provide the following information within the CWCS Local Course Title data field. Please provide the college systems' (private, technical or UW system) numeric four (4) digit code found on the ACT College Codes for Wisconsin listing, followed by the numeric identifier assigned by the post secondary education institution of the college level course and college course title; for example, "4563 221 Calculus and Analytic Geometry".
|Dual Enrollment Credit||Code||Description/Comments|
|Advanced Standing||AS||High school courses or competencies that result in advanced college standing in the technical college system.|
College Credit in High School
Any one of several programs existing in some Wisconsin school district, which allow students to take college-level courses, taught by a high school teacher, and awarded college credit without attending the college campus.
Students are enrolled in a course for high school credit at a Wisconsin technical college, UW System institution, or Wisconsin nonprofit private institution of higher education under the Course Options program (student also receives college credit). Available for students in grade levels 9-12).
For students in grade levels K-8, taking courses in a district other than the submitting district under Course Options, refer to the section of the data elements guide on “Course Options,” on pages 18 and 19 Not Dual Enrollment.
|Transcripted Credit||TC||High school courses taught by a high school teacher through which students can earn technical college credits based on an agreement between the high school and technical college.|
|Youth Apprenticeship||YA||Students enrolled in a work-based learning program generally revolving around articulated and transcripted credit; 11th and 12th grade students.|
|Youth Options – Private College||YOPC||Students are enrolled in a WI nonprofit private institution of higher education course for high school credit under the Youth Options program (student also receives college credit); available only for 11th and 12th grade students.|
|Youth Options – Technical College||YOTC||Students are enrolled in a WI technical college course for high school credit under the Youth Options program (student also receives college credit); available only for 11th and 12th grade students..|
|Youth Options – UW-System||YOUW||Students are enrolled in a UW-system course for high school credit under the Youth Options program (student also receives college credit); available only for 11th and 12th grade students.|
|Not Applicable||NA||This course is not associated with a dual enrollment credit indicator.|
USES: The dual enrollment credit indicator is needed to meet the requirements of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) and address existing gaps in the state LDS data sets, the Department of Public Instruction (DPI) will build a new student level data collection and begin accumulating new data the first quarter of 2011 and beyond. The main objectives of this effort will be to address 2 key components referenced in ARRA and specified in the America COMPETES Act, the ability to match teachers with students and capture student-level transcript information, including courses completed.