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Report Questions Validity of Measures of Students’ Need for Remediation

From Inside Higher Ed

The predictive value of the tests that most community colleges use to decide which students should need developmental courses before doing college-level work is “not as strong as many would assume,” and the institutions might be better off using multiple — and different sorts of — measures to assess which students need remediation, two researchers say in a new study. The study is one of several in the “Assessment of Evidence” series published by the Community College Research Center.

Read the report: http://ccrc.tc.columbia.edu/Publication.asp?UID=856

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