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Study: Remedial Courses Aren't Good College Prep, But May Serve Other Purposes

A study by TC's Judith Scott-Clayton and Olga Rodriguez found that, while remedial course are ineffective as college preparation, they can help students unlikely to get far in college.
A study by TC's Judith Scott-Clayton and Olga Rodriguez found that, while remedial course are ineffective as college preparation, they can help students unlikely to get far in college.

LINK: Broken but Useful

Published Friday, Aug. 24, 2012

Study: Remedial Courses Aren't Good College Prep, But May Serve Other Purposes

A study by TC's Judith Scott-Clayton and Olga Rodriguez found that, while remedial course are ineffective as college preparation, they can help students unlikely to get far in college.

LINK: Broken but Useful
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