Schedule Overview

Sunday
October 13
Monday
October 14
Tuesday
October 15
Wednesday
October 16
8:30am-4:30pm
Optional full and half-day pre-conference workshops

5:30pm-7:30pm
Welcome Reception
9:00am-5:00pm
Main conference plenary presentations and breakout sessions.
9:00am-3:15pm
Main conference plenary presentations and breakout sessions.
8:30am-2pm
Optional onsite tour of local innovative high schools and Accreditation Institute

Printable agenda for Day 1 and Day 2

Your registration fees include lunch on Monday and Tuesday. Registration for optional events includes lunch for all full-day Sunday workshops, Outdoor Conversations, and Wednesday’s tours of innovative high schools.

Here are some of the topics that will be covered at this year’s conference!

A Beginners Guide to the Concurrent Enrollment Galaxy

A Collaborative Approach for the NACEP Evaluation Standards

A New Scholarly Journal for Concurrent/Dual Enrollment? A Brainstorming Session

Academic Affairs meets Student Affairs in serving ECHS Students

Accreditation: Tips & Tricks for Success

Adaptive Data-Driven Decisions

Addressing Rigor in Dual Credit Courses

Advancing Early Postsecondary Opportunities through Career Technical Education

Advisortopia: Becoming the Expert Everyone Thinks You Are

Best Practices & Issues for Four Year Institutions Forum

Best Practices & Issues for High Schools Forum

Best Practices & Issues for Private Institutions Forum

Best Practices & Issues for Two Year Institutions Forum

Break out of the Box: Impactful Professional Development

Building Education: An Innovative CTE model in Montana

Building Partnerships with High Schools

Building State and Regional Partnerships to Address the Instructor Shortage

Cascades Commitment: A regional collaboration between higher education and K-12

The Classroom Visit

Collaborating to Create Meaningful High School Academies with Purposeful CE

Collaboration is King! Kern Dual-Enrollment Network – A Collaborative Partnership

College & Career Readiness for High School Students with Disabilities

Continuing the Conversation: Dr. James Johnson

Creating a Framework for Advising and Student Success

Creating Assessment Based Partnerships On The College Campus

Creating Partnerships with AVID and GEAR UP  to Benefit Students

CTE Job ‘Ecosystems’ Grow Students’ Skills, Fulfill Local Businesses’ Needs

Developing a Community College/High School wall to wall career academy

Dual Credit Orientation: Specialized Support for Dual Credit Students

Dual Enrollment Advising – It’s more than just a schedule

Dual Enrollment Momentum: Leading Indicators of Post-HS College Outcomes

Early College: Transforming Dual Enrollment Opportunities into College Pathways

Earnings after an accelerated degree, new insights from University of Texas System Research

Elevate Access to Concurrent Enrollment for Rural Students via IVC

Elevating Communication, Using Technology to Efficiently and Effectively Communicate.

Engaging Business Partners for Authentic Projects to Achieve Course Outcomes

English Faculty Roundtable Discussion

Enhancing Dual Enrollment Quality Through NACEP’s National Standards and Accreditation

Enhancing STEM Concurrent Enrollment Courses with Universal Design for Learning