Public school officials are grumbling about it, but participating in Michigan's dual-enrollment program is about to get easier.
That's the good news for students.
The bad news: There's now limits on the number of courses a student can take.
This week, the state Senate passed two bills -- SB 622 and SB 623 -- that removes much of the limitations for dual enrollment by public school students and also makes it easier to access for private-school students and homeschoolers. The bills are now in the House.