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Many students need remedial education, and this section covers the classes and new developments to help students who need remedial coursework.
Why Do 60% of Community College Students Need Remedial Coursework?
With a large percentage of community college students needing remedial coursework, educators and policymakers are questioning the causes and solutions to this problem. Gather insight into the issue and how students can better prepare for community college coursework.
Mastering Math: A Guide to Passing Your Community College Math Requirements
Learn about how to prepare for your community college's math placement exams, as well as excel in remedial math courses.
Redefining Remedial Education
Remedial education can be the catalyst for success for students who struggled through high school. Learn about new remedial education programs at community colleges that help students turnaround their educational trajectory.
Too Many Students Placed in Remedial Courses? Studies Say Yes
Two recent studies have found thousands of students may be placed in remedial community college courses that don’t really need them. Are you one of these students?
Remedial Math Gets a New Look at Community Colleges Nationwide
We examine how many community colleges are tackling the issue of remedial math to get students the help they need without compromising completion rates, as many remedial courses tend to do.
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