The number of Ohio students needing remedial coursework decreased significantly from 37 to 32 percent in 2015, according to the Ohio Department of Higher Education. While this is an improvement, kids from poorer areas still tend to need remedial classes more often in college. Today we will discuss the successes of college readiness and the areas for improvement.
- Rebecca Watts, Associate Vice Chancellor for P-16 initiatives, Ohio Department of Higher Education
- Kelly Hogan, Executive Director of College Transitions, Columbus State Community College
- Chris A. Wolters, Director of the Walter E. Dennis Learning Center, Ohio State University
This show originally aired on February 3, 2016 at 10 a.m.