Dual enrollment occurs when high school students enroll and participate in college courses, while still being supported by their local school district. The advantage to this is that a student can receive individualized support from their high school while also having the opportunity to experience college. In this circumstance, the school district may be responsible for transportation and educational coaching. Also, the school system may cover the cost of college tuition, fees, and/or books. School districts that support dual enrollment can develop a cost-sharing plan with the college and the adult service agency that supports the student.