Your browser does not support accepted Web standards. This site has been redesigned to meet Section 508 accessibility standards for persons with disabilities and to meet W3C recommendations for forward compatibility. If you are using an older browser (Netscape or IE 4.x and older), the site layout will not display correctly. However, all pertinent information should still be viewable. To better view this site, please download a browser that complies with Web standards. For upgrade information, visit [www.webstandards.org/upgrades]. Comments or questions? Email [firstname.lastname@example.org].
The Education Pipeline
Remediation Rates by Subject
The composite remediation rate of Oklahoma 2009 high school graduates was 40.8 percent. Most of the remediation was due to poor preparation or time away from the subject of math. The college remediation rate for math for the same group of graduates was 35.3 percent, making up 86.5 percent of all remediation on Oklahoma campuses. Remediation rates in English and reading were 19.6 percent and 6 percent, respectively.