Introduced by Sen. Deborah Cherry (D) on September 7, 2006, to urge Michigan's public colleges and universities to make available to each Michigan high school information on the number of students who graduated from that high school who are taking remedial mathematics or English courses.
Referred to the Senate Education Committee on September 7, 2006.
Nobrainer legislation. Pass it. They need and DESERVE the feedback! by Anonymous Citizen on November 26, 2006 Give it to them straight. Your students are makin' it or they are NOT.
Yes, they need feedback whether they want it or NOT! by Anonymous Citizen on October 22, 2006 Manufacturers, businesses want educated students. There is a perception about Michigan's workforce. Not all of it is good.
EXCELLENT legislation! by Anonymous Citizen on September 17, 2006 Perhaps colleges could screen for dyslexia and report to high schools the percentage of students in their remedial programs that screened positive for dyslexia so that k-12 schools can be more proactive about this.