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Scott-Clayton Research Suggests Many College Students Misdiagnosed as Ill-Prepared

In the New York Times Economix blog, the assistant professor and researcher at TC's Community College Research Center, says research shows college-readiness tests are "only weakly related to college outcomes."
In the New York Times Economix blog, the assistant professor and researcher at TC's Community College Research Center, says research shows college-readiness tests are "only weakly related to college outcomes."

Link: Are College Entrants Overdiagnosed as Underprepared?

Published Friday, Apr. 27, 2012

Scott-Clayton Research Suggests Many College Students Misdiagnosed as Ill-Prepared

In the New York Times Economix blog, the assistant professor and researcher at TC's Community College Research Center, says research shows college-readiness tests are "only weakly related to college outcomes."

Link: Are College Entrants Overdiagnosed as Underprepared?

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