The purpose of this blog is to explore Louisiana's strategy and capacity for advancing STEM education, careers, and workforce for all. Louisiana has its own array of STEM assets, strengths and approaches in place - thus this site is designed to discover these strategies and activities. Not just a PK12 issue - all stakeholders, higher education, workforce development, economic development, business & industry, are welcome to participate. Hopefully the site will pose and answer questions that will ultimately help guide and focus diverse partners in this effort.

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Congratutations to Iberville Parish for Launching Dual Credit Program with BRCC

Myiesha Bell and Amanda Mayeaux (BRCC) Photo by Advocate Staff -Arthur Lauck
Myiesha Bell (right) and "16 other high school juniors and seniors from MSA-East and Plaquemine High School are members of the inaugural class of students attending the Iberville Parish School District’s Dual Enrollment Program at BRCC."  According to BRCC's website, a junior has the potential to earn up to 30 hours of credit before high school graduation. Not only is this a cost savings but has proven to remove typical barriers to post-secondary education for under-represented youth.  I applaud both Iberville Parish and East Baton Rouge Parish for participating in this program.


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