No. It is the responsibility of the institutions entering into a dual credit partnership to ensure the following requirements are met: (a) Courses offered for dual credit by public two-year associate degree granting institutions must be identified as college-level academic courses in the current edition of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s Lower Division Academic Course Guide Manual (ACGM); college-level technical education courses in the current edition of the board’s Workforce Education Course Manual (WECM). (b) Courses offered for dual credit by public universities must be in the approved undergraduate course inventory of the university. Public colleges may not offer remedial or developmental courses for dual credit. (c) Courses offered for dual credit must provide advanced academic instruction that allows for mastery of the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) for the appropriate high school course and that goes beyond or into greater depth than those TEKS.