Touts Dual Enrollment Means My Gary, Indiana, High Schoolers Didn’t Have Their College Careers Derailed by Coronavirus Varsity basketball co-captain Demondrick Velez, ranked fourth in his class, and varsity cheerleading captain and class valedictorian Andrenia Hall are both graduating 21st Century dual enrollment high school with their associate degrees. (21st Century School) By Kevin Teasley May 13, 2020 Untangle Your Mind! Sign up for our free newsletter and start your day with clear-headed reporting on the latest topics in education. Sign Up Most Popular School (In)Security Florida Students Seize on ‘Parental Rights’ to Stop Educators From Hitting Kids News Why $2B in New School Funding Is Leaving Minnesota Districts Scrambling for Cash Analysis Key to Improving America’s Schools: Rethinking School Staffing & Teacher Quality Analysis Wrong Ideas about Teacher Pay, Happiness May Keep Students from the Profession Future of High School Future-Proof Your Teen: 5 Game-Changing School Tips for Parents Get stories like these delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up for The 74 Newsletter Republish This Article Learn More Kevin Teasley is president and founder of the Greater Educational Opportunities (GEO) Foundation. GEO Academies charter schools serve nearly 4,000 low-income students in Indiana and Louisiana.