The percentage of first-time college students from Alabama public high schools assigned to remedial courses in math and English has Read the full release.
Alabama’s future depends on a vibrant and growing workforce. The ability to grow and retain talent will determine the long-term career prospects for our state and its people. PARCA studies school performance and the process of aligning training programs to industry needs, which develops a cradle to career talent pipeline.
Analysis of statewide school performance.
Deep dives into school systems’ performance, including by student sub-groups.
Comparisons of school system expenditures to recognized best practices.
Implement technologies to simplify schools’ budgeting and reporting.
College Freshmen in Need of Remedial Education
Lower Percentage of College Freshmen in Need of Remedial Education
The percentage of first-time college students assigned to remedial education before embarking on college courses continues to drop, according to Read the full release.
Progress Made on Remedial Education
The latest statistics from the Alabama Commission on Higher Education (ACHE) show that Alabama high schools are making progress in Read the full release.
2014 Remedial Education Rates by High School
Alabama public high schools produced more graduates in 2014 than they produced the previous year, and more of them enrolled Read the full release.
Remediation: The High School to College Handoff
A smaller percentage of students graduating from Alabama high schools went to Alabama’s public colleges immediately after high school in Read the full release.