Research shows students who take remedial classes in college are less likely to graduate. Such data has led to a change in Florida, where many colleges -- as of fall 2014 -- no longer will be able to use the traditional remedial education model to serve students who may not be ready for college coursework. Some schools already are developing pathways that include co-requisites, compressed courses and massive open online courses.
Fla. colleges get ready to overhaul their remediation programs
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