High-school students earn college credits in Calif. district program

02/2/2013 | Reporter (Vacaville, Calif.), The

Vacaville Unified School District in California is joining dozens of other districts around the state to allow high-school students to earn up to 60 college credit hours before graduation. The Early College High School program is aimed primarily at student populations with low graduation rates in high school and college, and will focus on increasing the number of math and science courses students take before graduation, education officials say.

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