Secondary School Students Can Complete Credentials And Certificates For Free This Summer

INDIANAPOLIS - For the second sequential summer, a large number of Indiana secondary school understudies will have the potential chance to speed up the culmination of a great qualification, including the Indiana College Core, a partner degree, or a vocation and specialized training testament, for nothing through Crossing the Finish Line.

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The drive is an association between the Indiana Department of Education, the Commission for Higher Education, the Governor's Workforce Cabinet, Ivy Tech Community College and Vincennes University.

"We realize that instructive accomplishment affects an understudy's future - remembering for their wellbeing, living compensation, work and supported procuring," said Dr. Katie Jenner, Indiana Secretary of Education. "Through the Crossing the Finish Line drive, a large number of secondary school understudies across Indiana will have a potential chance to finish a high-esteem qualification or industry certificate with the expectation of complimentary this mid year. One summer of work - joined with past double credit, double enlistment, or progressed arrangement courses - can have a long period of effect for our understudies by expanding their instructive accomplishment."

The Crossing the Finish Line drive is accessible this late spring to any secondary school understudy who is only a couple of classes from finishing a post-optional declaration or a popularity certification. This might incorporate the Indiana College Core, a 30-credit hour square of general training school level courses, or a post-optional CTE authentication through a program of review.

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In 2021, Crossing the Finish Line helped almost 1,900 secondary school understudies from north of 275 secondary schools total a qualification or an endorsement - saving those understudies and their families more than $1.4 million in educational cost, charges, books and other instruction costs.

Educational cost, charges, books, as well as the expense of getting records and any expected College Level Examination Program tests will be covered at Ivy Tech or Vincennes for all understudies taking an interest in Crossing the Finish Line.

"This organization gives valuable chances to secondary school understudies to acquire accreditations free of charge and get an early advantage on finishing their ideal post-optional way, setting aside them time and cash," said Teresa Lubbers, Indiana Commissioner for Higher Education. "Not exclusively is this program gainful for understudies and families, yet for the state as we proceed with our work to have somewhere around 60% of Hoosiers with a quality degree or certification past secondary school."

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"Working off the outcome of last year's drive, we are eager to open up Crossing the Finish Line to large number of qualified CTE understudies this late spring," said Anthony Harl, state CTE chief with the Governor's Workforce Cabinet. "This drive supplements our work through Next Level Programs of Study, guaranteeing understudies in CTE programs have amazing chances to acquire significant qualifications and declarations while in secondary school."

School guides will be given a rundown of qualified understudies with the goal that they can assist with enabling understudies and families through this interaction. Furthermore, qualified understudies will be reached straight by either Ivy Tech or Vincennes by means of email and postcard, alarming them of their qualification. From that point, the foundations will work one-on-one with understudies to help them in acquiring records and recognizing courses expected to procure their individual accreditations.

"The Crossing the Finish Line drive is an ideal illustration of the force of organization. By connecting arms, state organizations and advanced education are propelling post-optional results for Indiana's childhood," said Dr. Sue Ellspermann, leader of Ivy Tech Community College. "Whether understudies expect to move 30 credit long periods of general instruction coursework through fulfillment of the Indiana College Core or plan to acquire an industry-perceived labor force qualification, Ivy Tech stands prepared to serve."

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"Vincennes University is glad to join this significant and convenient work to assist Hoosier understudies and families with arriving at significant achievements in their instructive excursion," said Dr. Toss Johnson, leader of Vincennes University. "VU is focused on making extra courses and seats accessible to understudies who make the most of this extraordinary open door and we will make a solid effort to help them with making the following strides in their schooling and vocations."