How Career Colleges Can Increase Retention and Graduation Rates by Offering Remediation

Posted by Andrea Lockett on 3/16/17 11:03 PM

More than 95 percent of American colleges enrolled students who required remedial course work in the 2014-2015 academic year, according to a recent Hechinger Report. And, of the students that took remedial courses while enrolled in a two- or four-year college, 30 percent did not complete their degree.

There are two significant insights that can be made based on the findings of the Hechinger report.

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Topics: College Enrollment & Retention, Colleges & Career Schools, remediation, graduation rates

 

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