2011 Promising Practices: Developmental Education

Developmental education courses are designed for enrollees who are underprepared for college-level work. These courses are also referred to as college-prep, transitional, and foundational education on some campuses. Colleges generally offer courses in math, reading, and writing. Colleges may offer up to three levels of remediation before students are eligible for college-level coursework.

Schools included in this section are: Aiken Technical College, The Alamo Colleges, Houston Community College, Lee College, Montgomery County Community College, North Central State College, Roxbury Community College, Westmoreland County Community College, Zane State College, and Martin Community College.

This report is part of our 2011 Promising Practices Report (full report).

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