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I have seen models in which the community college registers the hs 
students for a 1 unit course and this is taught either on Saturdays or 
after school; usually course offered to the h.s. teacher who has a 
vested interest in the well being of the students and have a 
connection.

Cheri 

Cheri Cruz
Educational Resource Consultants
----- Original Message -----
From: Michelle Francis <[log in to unmask]>
Date: Friday, September 29, 2006 11:43 am
Subject: Reading in the high school
To: [log in to unmask]

> Hello Colleagues-
> 
> My community college is looking to offer remedial reading courses 
> in the high school since our students are coming in with such low 
> reading scores (similar to elsewhere across the country). Does 
> anyone have a precedence for this practice?  If so, how does it work?
> 
> Thanks-
> Michelle Andersen Francis
> Academic Skills Center Coordinator
> Western Nevada Community College
> Carson City, NV
> 
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