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A new paradigm for remediation: MOOCs in secondary schools

Posted on 28 Nov 2012 with 0 comments
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American K–12 education is blamed for failing to produce college-ready graduates. In effect, higher education has become responsible for K–12 remediation. Rather than put the expanding burden on colleges, this EDUCAUSE article proposes moving remediation earlier, into high schools, using MOOCs (massive open online courses) as the solution.


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