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NH Senator Leads Bipartisan Effort to Help High School Students Earn College Credit

The Fast Track To and Through College Act would allow high students to take up to a full year of college courses

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    NH Senator Leads Bipartisan Effort to Help High School Students Earn College Credit
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    New Hampshire Sen. Maggie Hassan is leading a bipartisan effort to help more students earn college credit while still in high school.

    Hassan, a Democrat, recently introduced a bill co-sponsored by Republican Sen. Todd Young of Indiana to create a federal grant program to support early college programs. The Fast Track To and Through College Act would allow high students to take up to a full year of college courses, require public colleges and universities to accept credit from such programs and would expand access to the programs.

    Hassan says New Hampshire has been a leader in enabling high schoolers to earn college credit, with nearly 100 high schools offering the Running Start program in partnership with the state's community college system.

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