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WATCHDOG REPORT: Taxpayers pay $45 million a year for remedial courses for community college students who mostly don't graduate

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Posted: Sunday, May 16, 2010 12:00 am

Two-thirds of all students who enter a community college in New Jersey are placed in at least one remedial or developmental course. Some may take three or four. More than half never graduate.

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