N.C. County’s High Schools Will Take on Remedial WorkFebruary 2, 2018 |
by Chrysta Carroll
ELIZABETHTOWN — Students needing college remediation will soon be able to get it while in high school.
Currently, most North Carolina students who graduate high school but are not prepared for college-level courses — as measured, for example, by entrance exams or ACT scores — take what community colleges call “developmental” courses. Offerings in this category include developmental reading and writing and developmental math.