Tue, 21 May 2013
The biggest obstacles that many undergraduates face en route to a college degree are the remedial or developmental courses in which they will be placed for their first year. These courses, which students must pass before they can take classes that carry college credit, add to the expense and time it takes to earn a degree. Are such classes really needed? Or can schools replace them with other forms of academic support?
Moderator: Paul Fain, Inside Higher Ed
Recorded at EWA'S 66th National Seminar, "Creativity Counts: Innovation in Education and the Media," May 2-4, 2013.