Signal Vine Blog: Text Me Back

Introducing Dual Enrollment’s New Superhero: College in High School Alliance

Posted by Samantha Yi on March 10, 2017
Have you heard of the College in High School Alliance (CHSA)? It's a coalition of schools, school networks, and advocacy groups that advocate for policies supporting high-quality dual enrollment programs. We attended a CHSA panel in Washington, DC last week to learn about promoting college success through dual enrollment programs. Read on to hear about the case studies that were discussed and the benefits of implementing a dual enrollment program at your institution.
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Topics: Higher Education, Dual Enrollment

Talking About Text on the 2015 #TextMeBack Tour

Posted by Signal Vine on November 6, 2015

At Signal Vine, we love to talk about text. We’ve found that the best way to reach organizations and talk about the power of texting is to meet them where they’re at - education conferences! The past few months have been a whirlwind of traveling, presenting, and meeting awesome organizations around the country who want to better engage students with texting.

The #TextMeBack Tour led us to so many different areas of the education field, which goes to show just how flexible and impactful texting can be with all kinds of student behaviors and outcomes. Here’s a sneak peek into our experience traveling the country to learn about the latest trends in education: 

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Topics: Admissions, College Access, Financial Aid, Parent Engagement, Academic Advising, Conferences, Higher Education, Concurrent Enrollment, Dual Enrollment

Good News - Dual Acts for Dual Enrollment

Posted by Haley Trost on July 10, 2015

We see a lot of exciting developments happening in the education field every day, and one area we anticipate exploding in the coming years is dual and concurrent enrollment. Dual and concurrent enrollment allows high school students to take college courses and earn credit - it’s a great way to improve academic outcomes and nudge students onto the path towards higher education. 

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Topics: College Access, Higher Education, Nonprofit, Concurrent Enrollment, Dual Enrollment