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Rethinking Remedial Education: The Role of MSIs in Serving Underprepared Students in the 21st Century

Published Nov 2012
ihep
focus area Degree Completion

Discusses examples of how minority-serving institutions are identifying new ways to structure remedial education programs and improve cross-system collaborations

The policy brief, Rethinking Remedial Education: The Role of MSIs in Serving Underprepared Students in the 21st Century, illustrates how Minority-Serving Institutions (MSIs) from the Lumina MSI-Models of Success program are identifying new ways to better structure their remedial education programs and build stronger cross-system collaborations. It highlights institutions that have taken a more comprehensive and holistic approach to remedial education.