StateImpact Indiana: Remediation
by Rachel Morello
August 22, 2013
Nearly one in three students at Indiana’s public universities start school unprepared for college-level math or English. That means students and taxpayers spend extra time and money to get caught up. But a new state law aims to curb this problem. It mandates that high schools identify students who need help before they ever reach college. But as StateImpact Indiana’s Rachel Morello reports, improving the process of remediation may still involve some costs for a variety of stakeholders.