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The Education Committee reports a favorable recommendation on S.B. 284,
CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT AMENDMENTS, by Senator S. Urquhart, with the following
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12 . authorizes a student to be charged a per credit hour partial tuition for
13 education courses offered in public schools through concurrent enrollment;
14 . requires that concurrent enrollment courses:
meet general education requirements
at higher education institutions; and
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18 . requires the State Board of Regents
and the State Board of Education to
19 collaboratively to offer }
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83 (4) (a) Concurrent enrollment courses shall be
84 the first or second year of general education } at a state institution of higher
85 toward a certificate or degree.
86 (b) The State Board of Regents
and the State Board of Education
87 technology-intensive concurrent enrollment courses, designed as hybrid courses, having a
88 blend of different learning activities available both in classrooms and online
(ii) develop courses delivered exclusively online
4. Page 5, Lines 124 through 126 :
125 which the student receives college credit, paid directly to the institution of higher education
126 that offers the credit.
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132 receive credit from an institution of higher education.
(i) a technology-intensive concurrent enrollment course described in Subsection (4)(b); or
(ii) a gateway career and technology education course, as defined by the State Board of Regents.
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