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In the near future, students who earn a high score on the GED will get to bypass remedial college courses.
Why is this a big deal? Each year, thousands of incoming college students—many at community colleges—are required to take such courses.
While these courses cost money, they do not provide college credits. Just one in four students placed into a remedial course will successfully earn a degree or transfer to another college.
Click here to read more on Inside Higher Ed.
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