|How state funds participating high schools|
|Arizona||Equal. For community college districts offering courses in high schools, the agreement or contract between the community college district and the school district or chartering organization must identify the amount received in full-time student equivalent funding, the portion of funding distributed to the district board or charter school, and any amount subsequently returned to the community college district by the school district or charter school.|
|Arkansas||Equal, for courses offered through enrollment of students who have completed the 8th grade and endorsed concurrent enrollment.|
|California||Equal, with qualifications. A school district may count a student as full-time for funding purposes if the student attends school at least three hours a day and is either enrolled at a community college as a special part-time student, or is an 11th or 12th grader enrolled part-time in classes of the California State University or University of California for academic credit. However, a district board may allow a student to attend school for less than the minimum school day if the board finds this to be in the student’s best interests.|
A student enrolled as a special full-time student at a community college is exempt from compulsory school attendance requirements and as such, would not generate revenue for the school district.
|Colorado||Both programs: Equal|
|Connecticut||Equal, with qualifications. A student must be enrolled in coursework at the high school for at least five hours a day.|
|District of Columbia||Equal|
|Georgia||Dual Credit: Equal|
Move on When Ready: Local school systems do not receive FTE funding for the student, but instead would receive a records fee of $100/per semester for the student.
Joint Enrollment: Unclear
|Indiana||Postsecondary Enrollment Program: Equal|
|Iowa||District-to-Community College or Concurrent Enrollment: Funded at a higher level. Students enrolled in eligible courses are given an additional weight of .70 for CTE courses and .46 for liberal arts and science courses. A career academy course may qualify as a concurrent enrollment course if it meets the criteria for district-to-community college sharing or concurrent enrollment programs. A district is also eligible for supplemental funding for concurrent enrollment classes provided via the ICN, or for Project Lead the Way (PLTW) enrollment through sharing with a community college.|
Postsecondary Enrollment Options: Equal
|Kansas||Equal, with qualifications. A student is counted for full-time attendance if the time collectively spent in high school and postsecondary coursework is at least 5/6 time. Otherwise the pupil is counted as that proportion of one pupil (to the nearest 1/10 ) that the total time of the pupil's combined secondary and postsecondary attendance bears to full-time attendance.|
|Michigan||Both programs: Equal, provided the number of classes a student is enrolled in at a high school and postsecondary institution equal the number of classes per day required to be classified as a full-time pupil or of a reduced schedule, or the sum of high school and postsecondary course time and the number of hours of travel time meet the minimum number of hours required to meet a reduced schedule.|
A student may not be enrolled beyond full-time in high school/postsecondary or career and technical preparation courses combined, is not retaking a course after failing to achieve a satisfactory grade, or is enrolled in a course contrary to eligibility provisions.
|Minnesota||Postsecondary Enrollment Options students are funded at a higher level. PSEO students are counted as 1.3 pupil units (1.2 pupil units effective fiscal year 2015 and later). Districts offering a concurrent enrollment course (taught at the high school by either a secondary teacher or postsecondary faculty member) are also eligible for an additional $150 per student, but only if the course is accredited by the National Alliance of Concurrent Enrollment Partnership, in the process of being accredited, or is shown by clear evidence to be of comparable standard to accredited courses, or is a technical course within a recognized career and technical education program of study approved by the commissioner of education and the chancellor of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities. The additional aid must be used to defray the cost of delivering the course at the high school.|
|New Hampshire||Reduced funding for dual enrollment students|
|New Jersey||Not specified|
|New York||Equal, with qualifications. If dual enrollment students attend their high school full-time, they are funded at the same level as traditional students. However, if they are absent during the school day to attend dual enrollment classes, they may be counted as part-time students.|
|Ohio||Equal, with qualifications. If a public school Post-Secondary Enrollment Options student elects to pay his/her tuition and other course costs, the school district’s formula ADM reflects that the participant is not enrolled in school anywhere (school receives less than full ADM). If the student elects for the department of education to reimburse the college (only for credit-bearing courses) or to enter into an agreement using an alternate funding formula to calculate or transmit the amount the institution would be paid for a participating student, the district is funded at the same level as it would be for a traditional high school student. The student must bear tuition and other course costs if the student is enrolled as a full-time student in the student's district, community school, STEM school, or nonpublic school.|
|Pennsylvania||Equal, with qualifications. A district receives full state funding for a student if the district pays the student’s tuition, fees, and textbooks. If the district does not pay the student’s tuition and fees, the district receives a prorated amount of state funding based on the amount of time that the student spent in the classroom.|
*Program currently inactive due to inadequate state funds*
|Rhode Island||Not defined|
|Utah||Equal, provided the student is enrolled in a concurrent enrollment program, and is earning high school and postsecondary credit. LEAs are reimbursed only for courses on the master list.|
|Washington||Running Start: Reduced funding|
College in the High School: Equal
|West Virginia||Dual Credit/Dual Enrollment: Students are funded at a higher level. County boards get an additional 1% of the average PPOR (per pupil operating revenue) X # of students enrolled in dual credit or other advanced courses (AP/IB).|
West Virginia EDGE: Equal
Early Enrollment: Equal, with qualifications. When a high school teacher teaches an early enrollment course during the regular school day the institution granting the credit may reimburse the high school/county board of education for the instructor's service.
|Wisconsin||All programs: Equal|
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