Indiana lawmakers have passed a measure that requires high schools to identify students -- as early as their junior year, in some cases -- who may need remediation in math and English. Once students are identified, schools will develop a system of interventions to help them graduate on track to enter college taking regular academic courses. The law is in response to a growing number of college freshman needing remedial education in the state's colleges.
Ind. high schools to identify, support students needing remediation
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