What a concept! The University of New Mexico has decided to make sure that students are prepared for college work — before they officially begin classes, not after.
Instead, students who are behind won’t be enrolling in remedial classes during freshman year. They will take what the university is calling “bridge classes” to prepare them for college work. That’s really the job of high schools and students, but since many students don’t wake up to the necessity of study until their 20s, we think taking the remedial work out of college proper will benefit both students and UNM.
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