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Three at CCRC Warn that CT's Legislation on Remedial Education is Too Restrictive

We know little about what works for the most under-prepared remedial students,writeThomas Bailey, Katherine Hughes and Shanna Smith Jaggars, thusfreedom to experiment along with built-in accountability measures is the best approach to improving outcomes.
We know little about what works for the most under-prepared remedial students, write Thomas Bailey, Katherine Hughes and Shanna Smith Jaggars, thus freedom to experiment along with built-in accountability measures is the best approach to improving outcomes.

Link: Law Hamstrings College Remedial Programs

Published Monday, May. 21, 2012

Three at CCRC Warn that CT's Legislation on Remedial Education is Too Restrictive

We know little about what works for the most under-prepared remedial students, write Thomas Bailey, Katherine Hughes and Shanna Smith Jaggars, thus freedom to experiment along with built-in accountability measures is the best approach to improving outcomes.

Link: Law Hamstrings College Remedial Programs

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