• The Pathways in Technology Early College High School (P-TECH) shall target and enroll historically underserved students. The campus must enable students who are at-risk of dropping out or those who wish to accelerate completion of high school to combine high school courses and college-level courses.
    Enrollment decisions shall not be based on state assessment scores, discipline history, teacher recommendations, parent or student essays, minimum grade point average (GPA), or other criteria that create barriers for student enrollment.

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  • 3.3: Stakeholder Engagement

    3.3: Stakeholder Engagement

    Recruitment and enrollment processes (including marketing and recruitment plans, materials, and
    timelines) shall include input from key stakeholders (e.g., parents, community members, higher
    education partners, and business/industry partners) and shall include regular activities to educate students, counselors, principals, parents, and school board and community members.

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  • 3.4: Lottery System

    3.4: Lottery System

    For any P-TECH at capacity, the P-TECH shall use either a performance-blind, open-access lottery system that encourages and considers applications from all students (all students have an equal
    opportunity for acceptance, regardless of background or academic performance) or a weighted lottery that favors students who are at risk or who are historically underrepresented for the P-TECH. Districts are encouraged to standardize lottery practices across campuses implementing the College and Career Readiness School Model.

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