Academic Leadership Journal


Michael Miles


Students enter higher education requiring remediation before they can be expected to be successful as they progress through their courses. The students enter from many different high schools with a variety of personal backgrounds. It is the job of leadership in institutions of higher education to suggest attributes of general education programs that are likely to be successful in increasing student learning and enhancing the likelihood of transferring knowledge from developmental classes to later programs of study.



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