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House Bill 1658

House Bill 1658

ARCHIVE (2009)

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International baccalaureate; dual enrollment. Provides that information concerning international baccalaureate and dual enrollment participation must be included in a school corporation's annual performance report. Provides that a high school that enrolls more than 50% of its students in the international baccalaureate program is required to provide at least two course offerings in either dual credit or advanced placement courses, but not both. Provides for the distribution of funds available to pay fees associated with advanced placement examinations and international baccalaureate examinations. Provides that a student who is participating in the twenty-first century scholars program is eligible for tuition waiver in a dual enrollment program. Defines "concurrent enrollment". Allows a student in grade 9 or 10 to participate in concurrent enrollment programs with the permission of the student's principal. Provides that a secondary student who passes a course included in the statewide core transfer library is entitled to have credit transfer in the same manner as a course taken during college.
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In Committee - first House
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