|How state funds participating postsecondary institutions|
|Arkansas||Concurrent enrollment: Equal |
Dual enrollment: Not defined
|District of Columbia|
|Florida||Equal, with qualifications. The high school or higher education institution that educates the student is allowed to claim 1/12 of FTE of state funding for each course that a student is enrolled in.|
|Maryland||Equal, with qualifications. Students who are enrolled in high school at least half-time and are enrolled in an approved dual credit program are counted as a full-time student for funding purposes. A college may not receive state funding for students younger than 16 years old enrolled in continuing education courses, unless otherwise permitted by state law.|
|Minnesota||Dual enrollment students are funded at a higher level|
|New Hampshire||Dual enrollment students are funded at a higher level|
|Rhode Island||Not defined|
|South Carolina||Not defined|
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