The Importance Of Remedial Education And Student Attrition
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I narrowed my target to these issues because they affect me personally. Even if one of the three suggestions affected a student likely to drop out in a small way, it may make a difference. I found facts that supported things I already assumed. It is ok to go back and take a preparation class, take longer to graduate and spend more money on tuition if it is in a manageable format. The alternative is worse but extremely common.
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