The disparities in coursetaking suggest that many students who could benefit from those classes are not getting access to that opportunity

Joel Vargas in "Students From Educated Families More Likely to Take Dual-Credit Courses"

Published feb. 05, 2019

Data released Feb. 5 by the U.S. Department of Education show that 34 percent of all high school students take dual-credit courses. That figure rises to 42 percent for students whose parents have bachelor's degrees. And it drops to 26 percent for students whose parents didn't complete high school.