As states continue to implement expanded graduation requirements – including additional Carnegie unit requirements and exit exams – it is becoming increasingly important to provide students with opportunities to catch up when they're behind. It's also becoming increasingly important to quickly identify when students begin to get behind to reach out with help before they fail. The information below describes state high school remediation requirements as defined by state statutes and regulations. ECS conducted a comprehensive review of state policies on remediation, and found existing policy for some but not all states. States with no statewide policy are not listed below.
Methodology: This information was collected from state statutes, rules and regulations, and will be updated as new policies and programs are enacted. Additions or corrections to listed policies are welcome.
Last updated: June 25, 2007
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|State specifies a process for identifying students to receive additional subject time in certain subject areas||How: Students performing below established levels of proficiency on state or local assessments.
When: 11th and 12th grades.
Subject Areas: Mathematics, language arts literacy and science.
|State requires individual learning plans for at-risk students||No|
|State provides alternatives for at-risk/out-of-school youth to earn a standard high school diploma||None identified|
|State policy requires district or state to evaluate student remediation program||No|
|Sources||Remediation: N.J. REV. STAT. § 18A:7C-3, N.J. ADMIN. CODE TIT. 6A, § 8-4.3|