Recently questions have arisen regarding treatment of remedial coursework under the new Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements. According to the Department of Education (ED), any Title IV-eligible coursework needs to be subject to an assessment of progress. However, if remedial coursework is auxiliary to, rather than part of, the student’s program of study, it does not necessarily have to be incorporated into the progress assessment of the regular program. Thus, a school may assess the remedial work under some different standard, as defined by the school’s SAP policies.
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