Dual Credit Programs: Policy and Program Requirements, 2020
Dual Credit Programs: Policy and Program Requirements, 2020 replaces Dual Credit Programs: Policy and Program Requirements, 2013 and has been updated to clarify policy and program requirements set out in the previous document, in order to provide guidance to administrators and educators who are involved in dual credit programs.
"Through the Student Success initiative, Ontario secondary schools are offering expanded programs to help meet students’ individual learning styles and interests. These programs allow students to customize their high school experience through a variety of new and enhanced learning options. These options include Dual Credits, Specialist High Skills Majors and Cooperative Education."
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Entering Dual Credits in your Student Management System (SMS)
These vendor-specific webinar recordings for Trillium, Maplewood, and Power School are designed for SMS users and focus on the differences between team-taught and college-delivered dual credits, how to enter courses and student data in your SMS, and how to check to make sure dual credits are correctly reported.
Pathways to Apprenticeship, Options for Secondary School Students, 2017
This document provides key information about eligibility requirements, selection processes, benefits to students, and funding arrangements related to the various secondary school programs that, together or separately, comprise a pathway to apprenticeship.
The Ministry, as well as other stakeholders, are relying more on OnSIS data to analyze the impact of this program so accurate reporting is important and has been improving. Please find attached a document, Reporting Team Taught Dual Credits, which will provide you with a guideline on how to report and verify team taught dual credits accurately.