Earning as few as twelve college credits from a genuine college program in high school is a consistent predictor of student success and graduation from college. Unfortunately, many students either do not have access to dual enrollment or the access they do have is limited to canned lectures, asynchronous busy work, and predatory degree mill programs. This is disproportionately so for students from historically marginalized communities. The Bard Sequence is expanding virtually to fill this major nationwide gap in dual enrollment opportunities. The equity-based Writing and Thinking pedagogy at the heart of the Bard Sequence ensures that more students than ever before have access to life-changing educational opportunities in high school.
Park, Matthew J. and Hayman, Emily
"The Bard Sequence Program: An Equitable Approach to Virtual Learning,"
Early College Folio: Vol. 1:
2, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.bard.edu/earlycollegefolio/vol1/iss2/8