Thursday, April 24, 2008

33% of WHS grads at state schools needed remedial help

WAKEFIELD - One third of the 2005 graduates from Wakefield High School who went on to state colleges required remedial help in math, reading or writing, according to a report issued last week by the state Department of Education (DOE) and the Board of Higher Education.

Not to say that Wakefield High doesn't do a good job preparing us for college.
Statewide 37 percent of the freshmen in 2005 needed remedial help.

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