Illinois brings remedial math to high schools

Illinois community colleges are teaching remedial math to high school students, reports Community College Times.

Half of new community college students need at least one developmental course. The Illinois STEM College and Career Readiness program identifies high school students who might be placed in development education and provides remedial instruction and support services before they arrive on a college campus. College instructors and high school teachers work together to align math curricula.

Participating community colleges include: Heartland Community College, Illinois Central CollegeIllinois Eastern Community CollegesJohn Wood Community College and three Chicago city colleges.


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