College Ready, Without Remediation?
Higher Ed 2015
It’s been a year since Florida prohibited public colleges and universities from requiring students to take the tests that determine who needs remedial education courses, meaning that any students could immediately enroll in courses that award college credit. As Colorado, Connecticut, North Carolina, Texas and other states similarly look to change how they approach remedial education, what do the early data on such moves indicate the impact of such changes might be?
- George Miller, Senior Education Advisor, Cengage Learning and former U.S. Representative
- Sandy Shugart, President, Valencia College
- Scott Jaschik, Inside Higher Ed (moderator)