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The Education Pipeline  

SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Remediation Rates by Tier

Bar graph showing statewide remediation rates of Oklahoma high school graduates. 2007-08: 36.8 percent. 2008-09: 37.7 percent. 2009-10: 42.8 percent. Source: OSRHE Remediation Report.

The remediation rate of Oklahoma 2009 high school graduates at the research university level in Oklahoma (Oklahoma State University and the University of Oklahoma) was very low –┬áless than 8 percent composite across all subjects. This is due primarily to higher admission standards, including standardized test scores.

Bar graph showing remediation rates of Oklahoma high school graduates at Oklahoma public research universities. 2007-08: 8.0 percent. 2008-09: 7.1 percent. 2009-10: 7.6 percent. Source: OSRHE Remediation Report.

Regional universities had remediation rates of 39 percent for the same group, with math being the subject requiring the most remediation.

Bar graph showing remediation rates of Oklahoma high school graduates at Oklahoma public regional universities. 2007-08: 34.4 percent. 2008-09: 37.3 percent. 2009-10: 39.4 percent. Source: OSRHE Remediation Report.

Two-year colleges that are open admission campuses have higher remediation rates (56.5 percent for 2009-10 Oklahoma high school graduates).

Bar graph showing remediation rates of Oklahoma high school graduates at Oklahoma public community colleges. 2007-08: 49.9 percent. 2008-09: 52.5 percent. 2009-10: 56.5 percent. Source: OSRHE Remediation Report.



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