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No source with which this author is familiar, not even the standard National Profile of Community Colleges: Trends and Statistics, 1997-1998 (Phillipe, 1997), lists schools with honors programs or provides program outlines.
The first essay in the Open Forum should spark both interest and concern as it describes a potentially dangerous predicament that any honors administrator or faculty member could encounter in our age of fake news, confrontational politics, and willful misunderstandings.
MARLBORO -- Assabet Regional Vocational High School announced its first term honor roll:
First, many of the colleges and universities with honors programs are regional publics or solid second- and third-tier privates.
Now is thus an opportune time for a JNCHC Forum focused on the theme "AP and Dual Enrollment Credit in Honors." We invited NCHC members to read a lead essay by Annmarie Guzy and respond to issues she raises or address other questions arising from increased AP and dual enrollment credits among potential honors students:
Grade 12: Beau Beardsley, honors; Matthew Christoforo, honors; Jonathan Erickson, honors; Patrick McKeon, honors; Joshua Oberle, honors; Jayson Pusateri, honors; and Valerie Renaud, honors
The essays included in this volume of HIP are the kinds of stories that Irwin encourages honors teachers and administrators to write.
Last fall, the school revealed that a record 91 percent of its students graduated with some form of honors. Critics claimed that awarding so many honors detracted from the value of a Harvard degree.
Like many other programs across the nation that came into being in the 80s and 90s, the OCU Honors Program developed a liberal arts honors curriculum consisting primarily of honors sections of core courses that fulfilled general education requirements.