Placement exam for juniors may help prep them for college

04/27/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

The Boston Globe editorial board applauds the idea of Massachusetts schools administering a college-placement exam to high-school juniors to give them a sense of their standing and the opportunity to take any needed coursework, instead of wasting time and money on college remedial courses. The board writes, "Students who needed to could catch up while they were still in high school."

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