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Lawmakers advance bill to charge teens fees for concurrent enrollment

Lawmakers advance bill to charge teens fees for concurrent enrollment

by Lisa Schencker
The Salt Lake Tribune

Published Feb 6, 2013 12:15PM MDT

High school students might soon have to cough up some cash to take concurrent enrollment classes as part of a possible change that lawmakers hope will keep the program strong.
The Senate Education Committee voted unanimously on Wednesday in favor of SB162, which modifies a law passed last year allowing colleges to charge high school students to take concurrent enrollment classes for college credit. Though last year’s bill became law, it was never actually implemented because the number of exempt...

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