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        I would be interested have some reactions/opinions to the report
posted to the list.  I found it to be very comprehensive, and some of the
data could be used effectively to help bolster the cause of dev. ed. when
under attack from administration.  I think one of the biggest hurdles is
getting the public/political opinion to understand that remediation has
had a long history at the college level.  To portray it as a "current"
trend in higher ed., does a grave injustice to those who are seeking to
better their quality of life by obtaining a college education---even if
it means completing "remediation" when they first enter college.  Learning,
along with success happens in many different ways.

Ann Bohling
Reading Specialist/Tutor Coordinator
SUNY Morrisville
Morrisville, NY  13408