States look to legislation for repairing dev ed

The remediation system for educating students deemed underprepared for the college-level is far from perfect.  Amid controversy over low success rates and high costs, many states are looking to legislative policy to repair developmental education.  Minnesota is considering whether remedial classes should be optional, Nevada and Montana are considering co-requisite models, and other states, including Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, and Florida have already passed some reform.

Source: Inside Higher Ed


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