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Failed classes made-up online leave questionable results

Second chances are a good things, and Georgia gives students who fail a class a chance to make it up, but how much are students really learning the second time around?

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution did some research that shows that most students who take classes online to make up failed courses pass. But our research also shows that most of those students who take an end-of-course test after the class have not fully learned the material.

So what do the make-up classes really accomplish for Georgia students? You can read the story here.

You can check out your school’s test scores, graduation rate and other critical information at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s new Ultimate Atlanta School Guide.

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