Survey: Nearly Half of N.Y. Grads Took Remedial Course in CollegeOctober 11, 2018 |
by Jay Rey
A statewide coalition focused on better preparing high school students for college and careers released a new survey that shows much work needs to be done.
Only one in three recent high school graduates in New York State felt “significantly challenged” by their high school courses.
Nearly half of those who went to college reported having to take at least one remedial course.
Those are a couple of the findings from the survey released by the New York Equity Coalition to gauge how well high school graduates felt prepared for college and the workforce.