Word Travels Slowly About College Options

Qualifying high school students in Minnesota can earn college level credit through the state’s Postsecondary Enrollment Options program, also known as PSEO.   Earning college credits before graduating from high school is one great way for Minnesota students and their families to save money on higher education. 

In 2012 the law was expanded to cover more students. KFAI’s Abeni Hill spoke with Marisa Gustafson and Joe Nathan from the Center for School Change and they said word of that expansion has been slow to get out.

 

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