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Judith Scott-Clayton: Are College Entrants Overdiagnosed as Needing Remedial Work?

The researcher and assistant professor at the Community College Research Center writes in the New York Times's "Economix" blog that early detection and treatment, in some cases, may harm the healthy by discouraging them from continuing in college.
The researcher and assistant professor at the Community College Research Center writes in the New York Times's "Economix" blog that early detection and treatment, in some cases, may harm the healthy by discouraging them from continuing in college.

LINK: Are College Entrants Overdiagnosed as Underprepared?

Published Monday, Apr. 23, 2012

Judith Scott-Clayton: Are College Entrants Overdiagnosed as Needing Remedial Work?

The researcher and assistant professor at the Community College Research Center writes in the New York Times's "Economix" blog that early detection and treatment, in some cases, may harm the healthy by discouraging them from continuing in college.

LINK: Are College Entrants Overdiagnosed as Underprepared?
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