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Following Report of Community College Research, Connecticut Limits Use of Remedial Courses

The state passed a law limiting remedial enrollment at community colleges to one semester, after TC's Community College Research Center research found that many students were being unnecessarily assigned to non-credit remedial classes.
The state passed a law limiting remedial enrollment at community colleges to one semester, after TC's Community College Research Center research found that many students were being unnecessarily assigned to non-credit remedial classes.

Link:  Lawmakers to colleges: no more semesters of remediation

Published Thursday, May. 10, 2012

Following Report of Community College Research, Connecticut Limits Use of Remedial Courses

The state passed a law limiting remedial enrollment at community colleges to one semester, after TC's Community College Research Center research found that many students were being unnecessarily assigned to non-credit remedial classes.

Link:  Lawmakers to colleges: no more semesters of remediation
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