For many students, success in college math doesn’t add up




Passing grades in high school algebra, geometry and other math courses don’t always mean students are ready for college classes.

About 10 percent of the roughly 1,600 seniors who graduated from Johnson County’s six public high schools two years ago needed to take remediation courses in math while they were in college, according to data released this week by the Indiana Commission for Higher Education. The commission, which works with Indiana’s public colleges and universities to ensure they’re preparing students for careers after graduation, recently released its 2014 college readiness report. That report details information about the high school class of 2012, including the kinds of diplomas students earned, the types of colleges students selected and what they plan to study.

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