Kentucky university works with schools to reduce college remediation

01/19/2009 | Lexington Herald-Leader (Ky.)

Northern Kentucky University is helping school administrators test students' math and reading skills as high-school juniors with the hopes of helping them get up to speed during their senior year, when remedial courses are still free to them. Budget cuts may prevent Kentucky universities from taking as many remedial students in the future, making such high-school efforts even more important, higher-education officials said.

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