They do. It's usually called PSEOP (Post Secondary Educational Opportunities) It's where eligible students take college level classes and get credit for it. Some graduate with their high school diploma and college degree at the same time. Also, with online schooling, many students finish up high school early and start college. Or often, in the case of online and traditional schooling, college level classes are simply offered to select high school students that aren't in PSEOP programs.

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No. The amount of money that would take wouldn't be worth it to the state, unless they completely overhaul the system. Even advanced placement classes are done grudgingly.

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haha! No....<br />
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They have to push kids though now at 8th grade levels...!<br />
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Besides, no money in teaching college courses in H.S... If you knew how it worked, then you'd see...<br />
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84 Billion "education" budget now here in the States.....Are we getting what we paid for? Pfft!<br />
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No....

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welllll ok if we are talking money its probably way more economical to be pushing out 18 year olds with degree level education. They can start working immediately in their chosen field instead of having to spend another 4 or more years in school.
However, because our government and the system it exists on is ****** up, that doesn't matter because its not the point. The governments goal is to make higher education less accessible to most people because less education means easier to control. The government, and especially the US government, is seriously ******. Its not gonna change until their is a revolution.
So this question is regardless of that though. In a world where money doesn't matter, do you think that junior high and high school people could have the ability to learn a university level education if they are in an environment that is meant to actually help them succeed?

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For very competitive students you could but for the most part the answer is no.

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Yeah, high schools honestly don't teach you shït these days

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