States are doing a better job of telling high schools how their graduates fare at college, according to a new report from the Data Quality Campaign.
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Remedial courses are intended to provide an academic leg up to students who come to college lacking the academic skills they need to survive in higher education. But the courses can be expensive, costing colleges across the nation an estimated $1 billion a year. And students don't get academic credi...