High school students aren't ready for college

April 10, 2007
Study says students arrive on college campuses without the knowledge or skills needed for postsecondary course work.

What students learn in high school doesn't match with what they need to know as college freshmen, according to a national study. Professors believe high school teachers should cover fewer topics with more depth to prepare students for college. That is one of the findings of the survey by ACT, a nonprofit educational and testing organization.

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