How can high schools help more students meet college expectations?

05/27/2009 | NYTimes.com

Poorly aligned standards may contribute to the number of high-school students who have to take remedial classes in college, educators say. The Obama administration is requiring states that accept stabilization funds to do more to get colleges and high schools on the same page when it comes to course work.

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