Core Principles for Transforming Remediation Within a Comprehensive Student Success Strategy

Features an update of the Core Principles for Transforming Remediation published in 2012focusing on scaling practices that can provide all students with guidance, support and skills they need to succeed academically and in the workforce. The revised principles aim to transform remediation in the context of a broader set of student success strategies that growing evidence suggests will enable institutions to significantly increase their students' timely completion of certifies, licenses, and degrees with labor market value.

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