Academic Pathways To and From the Community College examines local, state, and federal programs and policies designed to enhance opportunities for underserved students to enter and succeed in college, paying particular attention to community colleges. The volume focuses on academic pathways, including boundary-spanning curricula, instructional strategies, and organizational structures that link high schools with two and four-year colleges. Topics cover dual credit, dual enrollment, and early and middle college high schools, as well as career and technical education pathways, community college baccalaureate degrees, and other emerging academic pathway models. This is the 135th volume of the quarterly report, New Directions for Community Colleges, published by Jossey-Bass. Click here to see the entire listing of issues for New Directions for Community Colleges.