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Colleges Could Avoid Misplacing Students in Remedial Courses by Examining High School Records

Davis Jenkins, a senior researcher at the Community College Research Center, tells the Associated Press that colleges would missplace students in remedial classes far less often if they examined high school transcripts.
Davis Jenkins, a senior researcher at the Community College Research Center, tells the Associated Press that colleges would missplace students in remedial classes far less often if they examined high school transcripts.

Link: Experts: Remedial college classes need fixing

Published Tuesday, May. 29, 2012

Colleges Could Avoid Misplacing Students in Remedial Courses by Examining High School Records

Davis Jenkins, a senior researcher at the Community College Research Center, tells the Associated Press that colleges would missplace students in remedial classes far less often if they examined high school transcripts.

Link: Experts: Remedial college classes need fixing

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