2010 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.

Promising Practices in Developmental Education include: North Central State College's Tutor Resource Center; Northampton Community College’s Parallel Developmental Education Courses; and Zane State College’s College Student Inventory Review.

This report is part of our 2010 Promising Practices (full report).

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