Can Community Colleges Protect Both Access and Standards? The Problem of Remediation
By: Dolores Perin
Published: 2006
Uploaded: 03/23/2007
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Pockets: Dolores Perin Collection, Gottesman Libraries Archive, Health & Behavior Studies, Teachers College Faculty

Description/Abstract: A large number of community college students have difficulty with postsecondary-level reading, writing, and math demands, necessitating remedial education. This often leads to a struggle between the access mission of the traditionally open-door community college and the drive to protect educational standards.

Source: Teachers College Record
Volume: 108
Number: 3
Pages: 339 -373