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  • Preparing NC high school students for college courses

    Tiffany Perkins, director of K-12 standards, curriculum and instruction for the NC Department of Public Instruction talks about preparing high school students for college course work. High schools are beginning to offer remedial math and English courses so students won't have to take them at community college. ​

Tiffany Perkins, director of K-12 standards, curriculum and instruction for the NC Department of Public Instruction talks about preparing high school students for college course work. High schools are beginning to offer remedial math and English courses so students won't have to take them at community college. ​ Lynn Bonner lbonner@newsobserver.com
Tiffany Perkins, director of K-12 standards, curriculum and instruction for the NC Department of Public Instruction talks about preparing high school students for college course work. High schools are beginning to offer remedial math and English courses so students won't have to take them at community college. ​ Lynn Bonner lbonner@newsobserver.com

Remedial classes for some NC high school students to go statewide in 2018

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