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Community College Research Center Finds Online and Remedial Classes May Hold Students Back

One study found that online students were less likely to pass or graduate than students who took them in the classroom. In a separate study, students who combined remedial with for-credit classes did better than those who did only remedial work.
One study found that online students were less likely to pass or graduate than students who took them in the classroom. In a separate study, students who combined remedial with for-credit classes did better than those who did only remedial work.

Published Sunday, Mar. 17, 2013

Community College Research Center Finds Online and Remedial Classes May Hold Students Back

One study found that online students were less likely to pass or graduate than students who took them in the classroom. In a separate study, students who combined remedial with for-credit classes did better than those who did only remedial work.

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