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Document Number: 2532

Reducing Remedial Education: What Progress are States Making? MS Word - There is no "typical" remedial student. Students enrolled in remedial courses usually have been out of high school for at least a year or just graduated from high school, but did not take a math course their senior year. The key to reducing college-level remedial education is developing policies and practices that reflect an understanding of who needs remedial education and why. This report highlights steps that states are taking or should take to reduce the need for remedial courses in college. (Ansley A. Abraham and Joseph D. Creech, Southern Regional Education Board, 2000)...
Author: Ansley Abraham & Joseph Creech
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Publisher: Southern Regional Education Board


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