Students

One State's Big Shift Away From Remedial Courses Leaves Questions for Colleges Everywhere

Joon Powell for The Chronicle

Allison Massey, a freshman at Motlow State Community College, is one of many students who are able to enroll directly in college-level courses with support on the side, thanks to Tennessee's embrace of a "corequisite" model of education.
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On Mondays and Wednesdays, Allison Massey attends a freshman English class at Motlow State Community College’s campus near Lynchburg, Tenn. On alternating days, her "learning support" instructor helps her prepare for that class by tackling run-on...

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