Mission and Bylaws

CCEMC Mission

The mission of CCEMC is to promote and expand proven best practices associated with dual enrollment that develop and sustain supportive environments to strengthen K-12 and college partnerships, enabling high school students to transition successfully to post-secondary institutions college and career ready, with substantial college units earned through dual enrollment.

CCEMC provides professional learning and networking opportunities and facilitates ongoing dialogue statewide with member schools and partners with a focus on the promotion of high quality implementation of best practices, peer coaching, regional workshops, and statewide conferences which impacts dual enrollment implementation. CCEMC partnerships with the California Department of Education, California Community College Chancellor’s Office, local community colleges and K-12 LEAs have provided school leaders the support to understand, observe and implement successful dual enrollment programming. The organization’s vision for California is that all K-12 and high school districts will have dual enrollment formal partnership agreements and all 113 Community Colleges will have early/middle college high schools.

CCEMC Bylaws