Calif. community colleges prepare students for college-level classes

04/7/2013 | San Bernardino County Sun (Calif.)

Victor Valley College in California is one of several schools in the state reaching out to high schools to help identify students who may struggle with college-level math and English, and help get them into programs that will prepare them for those classes once they leave high school. School officials say the goal is to have fewer college students struggling to advance because they can't get through their core classes, and to have fewer college students starting out in remedial classes.

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