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Remedial Education

Education intended to remedy a situation; that is, to teach students what they should already have learned. For example, reading classes at the high school or college level are considered remedial because most students learn to read in elementary school. Success depends on several factors, including teacher's approach and expectations, instructional materials used, and students' motivation to learn.
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