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Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment and Related Programs

7009-9600

funding levels adjusted for inflation (CPI)

  • Funding History
  • Description
  • Proposals
Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY18 $1,381,916 $1,381,916
FY17 $1,192,347 $1,166,235
FY16 $1,249,662 $1,200,000
FY15 $1,031,551 $983,951
FY14 $739,123 $700,000
FY13 $509,344 $475,000
FY12 $436,142 $400,000
FY11 $448,951 $400,000
FY10 $825,287 $721,000
FY09 $1,509,617 $1,306,000
FY08 $1,846,053 $1,575,000
FY07 $2,431,157 $2,000,000
FY06$0$0
FY05$0$0
FY04$0$0
FY03$0$0
FY02 $478,553 $343,641
FY01 $2,521,864 $1,779,400
  • See Changes in Funding
Between and
Funding for Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment and Related Programs
25.1%

comparisons adjusted for inflation (CPI)

Notes

  • In FY14, funding for the management of the Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment program shifted from a line item in the Dept. of Elementary and Secondary Education to a new line item in the Exec. Office of Education. In FY18, funding shifted to a line item in the Dept. of Higher Education. All of these are grouped together.

* Funding and comparison information includes all line-items listed above. Download the spreadsheet to see funding levels for individual line-items.

Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment for Students with Disabilities assists youth with severe intellectual disabilities between the ages of 18 and 22 so that they can take college courses through partnerships between school districts and public colleges and universities. The program aims to increase the ability of students with severe disabilities to gain the higher education, life skills, and employment experience necessary to thrive as adults.

Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment began as a pilot program in 2007 to help establish partnerships between school districts and community colleges to help special needs students transition out of high school into adult life. It has grown and expanded to more campuses over the past decade.

The goals of Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment include helping students with disabilities establish academic, career, and life skills to become productive and empowered members of society. In 2012-2013, 120 students were enrolled in the program at 6 partner colleges and 23 school districts. Funding provides coordination for student support staff, partnerships, and technical assistance to school districts and colleges to help implement ICE.

One of the most successful Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment programs at Holyoke Community College became independently self-sustaining several years ago, meaning they no longer require grant funds to provide these services students with disabilities.

Updated June 2015

Adjusted for inflation (CPI) NOT adjusted
FY18 GAA $1,381,916 $1,381,916
FY18 Leg $1,381,916 $1,381,916
FY18 Sen $1,143,979 $1,143,979
FY18 SWM $1,143,979 $1,143,979
FY18 Hou $1,416,235 $1,416,235
FY18 HWM $1,143,979 $1,143,979
FY18 Gov $1,143,979 $1,143,979
FY17 $1,192,347 $1,166,235

Notes

  • In FY14, funding for the management of the Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment program shifted from a line item in the Dept. of Elementary and Secondary Education to a new line item in the Exec. Office of Education. In FY18, funding shifted to a line item in the Dept. of Higher Education. All of these are grouped together.

* Funding information includes all line-items listed above. Download the spreadsheet to see funding levels for individual line-items.