December 7, 2015 — Over the next three years, the State University of New York will roll out a new remedial math program designed to save money and get at least 20,000 at-risk students to graduate early or on time. These remedial math courses work nearly three times as well as traditional remediation in roughly half the time. SUNY, in an effort to boost degree completion to 150,000 graduates a year by 2020, has committed to offer the programs at all 30 of its community colleges and any four-year campus. Read more from the Times Union.

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