Standing Committee on Postsecondary Transition
The purpose of the Standing Committee on K-12 to Postsecondary Transition is to review and make recommendations to the ACC pertaining to college and career readiness and the utilization of acceleration mechanisms, including credit-by-examination and dual enrollment.
The primary activities of the Standing Committee on K-12 to Postsecondary Transition are:
- Identify barriers and recommend solutions to enhance seamless student progression from high school to postsecondary education and the workforce.
- Provide input on activities that promote cross-sector support of college readiness.
- Provide feedback on the usefulness and improvement of data tools such as the Performance on Common Placement Tests Report and the High School Feedback Report.
- Develop recommended guidelines for participation in acceleration mechanisms.
- Promote activities that support student involvement and success in accelerated coursework.
- Develop and refine a statewide template for interinstitutional articulation agreements.
- Review proposals and recommend action for interinstitutional articulation agreements for programs with statewide appeal.
- Provide input on advising tools to assist counselors in guiding dual enrollment participants.
- Identify issues to be addressed in technical assistance communications and workshops