Accelerated remediation starts to catch on at California community colleges, but might be slowed down by public university transfer policies.
Tennessee expands a remedial math project that reaches into high schools to boost college readiness, and the state's governor backs the reform with real money.
New Florida law lets high school graduates decide for themselves -- no testing needed -- whether they are ready for college-level work.
Community colleges talk up promise of free and self-paced online course content at two-year association's annual meeting.
State's governor looks to MOOCs for help in entry-level courses at public institutions. San Jose State takes the plunge while community colleges mull a different path.
Research backs reformers' criticism of remedial placement exams, but colleges rely heavily on them, a new study finds.
Complete College America enlists other groups in spelling out its call for immediate and fundamental changes to remedial education.
Remediation isn't working, but it's not all that discouraging to students and might serve other purposes, a study finds -- such as helping colleges cope with overenrolled regular courses.
Complete College America wants to abolish remedial courses, but some say its policy push is not always backed by research and its rhetoric can be unfair to community colleges.
Connecticut lawmakers want to eliminate all non-credit remedial courses. While a compromise is likely to emerge, the state's approach is seen as visionary by some, foolish by others.
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