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story.lead_photo.caption Audrey Duncan teaches biology to sophomores and juniors at Decatur High School. The Decatur School District had nearly an 88 percent remediation rate among seniors last year, a statistic that state education administrators are struggling to improve. - Photo by Ryan McGeeney

Most Decatur High School seniors graduate without being ready to take college-level courses, joining 5,615 Arkansans who took a college entrance exam and failed to score high enough to avoid remediation in math or reading, according to a 2010 report from the Arkansas Department of Higher Education.

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Northwest Arkansas, Pages 21 on 12/19/2010

Print Headline: Districts deal with remediation

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