Raising the Floor: New Approaches to Serving the Lowest-Skilled Students at Community Colleges in Texas and Beyond

Discusses how community colleges, faced with large numbers of students entering with very low math skills, are responding with a variety of reforms. One of these involves restricting developmental courses to students who score at the ninth-grade level or higher

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