Nov 06, 2015

One State's Big Shift Away From Remedial Courses Leaves Questions for Colleges Everywhere - The Chronicle of Higher Education

Tennessee’s embrace of a "corequisite" approach put it at the forefront of a national movement. But some experts worry that the state moved too fast and might leave some students behind.

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