Survey: Students need deep rather than broad knowledge

04/10/2007 | USA Today

New standards still don't prepare high schoolers for college and cover too many topics with too little depth, a new ACT survey says. "A rigorous understanding of fundamentals" of algebra, the scientific process and grammar are most important, according to college professors who work with first-year students.

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