Educator panel to discuss ‘College Credit Plus’


Staff Report



“Going to college while attending high school” will be the topic for a panel discussion sponsored by the League of Women Voters of Delaware County.

The discussion will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, March 22, at the Delaware Area Career Center’s South Campus at 4565 Columbus Pike.

This program, open to the public, will feature a discussion on the governor’s program “College Credit Plus,” a dual enrollment program. Other programs, such as advanced placement, international baccalaureate and other on-campus college coursework open to high school students, will be discussed.

Panelists will include Kristine Michael, director of academic achievement at the Buckeye Valley Local School District; Angie Pollock, superintendent of the Big Walnut Local School District; Mary Beth Freeman, superintendent of the Delaware Area Career Center; Paul Craft, superintendent of Delaware City Schools; and Mark Raiff, Superintendent of Olentangy Local Schools.

The moderator will be Michael Collins, state board of education member.

A 20-minute question-and-answer session will follow the discussion.

Staff Report

Information for this story was provided by the League of Women Voters of Delaware County.

Information for this story was provided by the League of Women Voters of Delaware County.