Researchers: Calif. program improves college readiness

04/20/2009 | ScienceDaily

A California college-readiness program that aims to reduce the numbers of students who need remediation before enrolling in college English and math classes seems to be working, according to a study. Extrapolating data from one California State University campus across the entire system reveals that some 2,000 fewer students may need remedial math and 3,000 fewer may need remedial English.

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