Virginia Law Wants Credit Transfer Sorted Out

Campus Technology: A new Virginia law is intended to improve the credit students get for taking college classes while in high school and to make sure those credits stick when they enter four-year institutions.

Those credits could be transferred as part of a passport program, which several institutions already support, or as a "uniform certificate of general studies," a "general elective course" or some other type of college credit that meets the requirements set by the four-year school.

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