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How this bill could limit high school students' access to dual enrollment
But officials say for the program to continue to work, it needs more rules
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Mackenzie Walker, right, a dual enrollment student at Lanier College Career Academy, leads a tour of the kitchen available to culinary students during a program selection meeting at Lanier College and Career Academy on Tuesday, Nov. 27, 2018. The school give students the opportunity for students to select a variety of work-study disciplines as an alternative route to high school graduation and job placement. - photo by Austin Steele
The number of students in dual enrollment programs across Gainesville and Hall County schools continues to grow year over year.