The lived experience of high school instructors teaching concurrent enrollment courses
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This qualitative phenomenological study explored the lived experiences of high school instructors teaching concurrent enrollment courses. The phenomenon was examined using the Stevick-Colaizzi-Keen approach for phenomenological research as outlined by Moustakas through data collected in personal interviews with 10 high school instructors who taught concurrent enrollment college courses in their high schools. Instructional Quality, Passion, Commitment to Students, and Pride emerged as the four structural themes that framed the meaning of the phenomenon. Balance within a Liminal Space emerged as ...