Kentucky targets unprepared high school grads

02/20/2006 | Lexington Herald-Leader (Ky.)

A bill making its way through the Kentucky Legislature would test secondary students for college preparedness and shift the burden for remediation from state universities and community colleges to high schools. State data indicate 54% of students entering state colleges four years ago were unprepared in math, English or reading, a deficiency that made them twice as likely as prepared students to drop out.

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