(KCPW News) Nearly half of students entering their freshman year at Utah Valley University are required to take remedial courses to prepare for college-level academics. While many other colleges and universities in the state don’t provide such courses, UVU catches the brunt of unprepared students as an open enrollment institution. KCPW’s Whittney Evans reports on what a high school English teacher and a UVU English professor have to say about why those students aren’t ready to learn on a college level.
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