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HS dual enrollment is just that, DUAL enrollment. If a HS has 1,000 students and a university has 10,000 students, and they initiate dual enrollment between them, and 200 HS students enroll in it. That HS still has 1,000 students enrolled, but now the university will claim 10,200 enrollment. And, that is correct. It is DUAL enrollment!
The university does not make money from this, as already discussed, due to the low fees paid by the dual enrollees. And, while it is a tremendous benefit to those HS students, and their families who have to pay future college expenses, it comes with a caveat for the HS students. Failing such a dual enrollment class is the same as failing a class taken strictly as a university enrollee. It impacts your GPA and stays on your college transcripts forever.
1) I don't "always" (or ever, for that matter) edit your posts; I don't have privileges to do so.
2) When I said I saw no reason HS dual enrollment students shouldn't be counted in enrollment statistics, you replied "I NEVER said they should not be counted..." Nor did I say (or imply) you ever had.
3) After writing your thesis on dual enrollment as if it were fact, I stated some facts and some opinions. Then your defensiveness, which (in my opinion) often is displayed at the mere possibility of someone not agreeing with you, became apparent.
4) I'm not sure how my replies to your statements about dual enrollment were irrelevant, once you turned the conversation toward dual enrollment (other than the fact that mine didn't agree with yours). You took the discussion from application numbers to enrollment statistics, not I.
Generally, that'd be my definition too. And no, Dawg06 is a dude.
But something about this just struck me as, well ... Catty
Those last two need to be in BTE.