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College Remediation Rates

The Colorado Department of Higher Education releases a statewide annual report on remedial education.  The report includes the number of students from each high school and school district who need remediation upon entry into college.  The chart below reports the percentage of Englewood students that either were assessed as needing remediation or enrolled in a remedial course in at least one subject area in a Colorado public college or university. 

Percentage of Students Requiring College Remediation in At-Least One Subject

School

Graduating Class of 2012

Graduating Class of 2011

Graduating Class of 2010

Graduating Class of 2009

Englewood High School

45.7%

48.0%

48.1%

52.1%

Colorado’s Finest Alternative High School

87.5%

72.7%

79.4%

81.8%

State of Colorado

36%

39.2%

40.5%

38.1%

 
 
 
 
 
 
Data made available by the Colorado Department of Higher Education.
 
 Please visit http://highered.colorado.gov/Academics/remedial/default.html for more information on how remediation rates are calculated.  Englewood takes these reports very seriously as do all school districts across the state.  The district is committed to identifying students with remedial needs prior to enrollment in a postsecondary institution, creating an aggressive and comprehensive plan to address these needs, and providing the necessary interventions to ensure students are truly college-ready. 
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