/rɪˈmi di əl/
; tending to
intended to correct or improve one's skill in a specified field:
Can be confused
affording a remedy; curative
denoting or relating to special teaching, teaching methods, or material for backward and slow learners:
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More than one in four remedial students work on elementary and middle school arithmetic.
Students are being told that if they do not complete remedial.
Some dons complain that students arrive at universities in need of remedial teaching.
Landfills, dumps and abandoned chemical plants are examples of remedial sites.
How that awareness might progress to remedial action-the removal of orbital debris-remains unclear, though.
Really the question is about art students that have to take remedial math.
Instead, student volunteers who are good at math now offer their peers remedial coaching.
But even an ineffectual remedy is better than nothing, and bringing the case has also had other remedial effects.
Whoever wrote that should be forced to take remedial reading.
Here is a remedial outline showing how to explain climate change to the layperson and make it stick.
Growing remedial efforts are fueling concern that community colleges are being diverted from their primary mission.
Remedial steps, the company says, have already been taken.
US companies must spend tens of billions a year on remedial training.
In the meantime, sponsors are continuing to file their reports, but are not necessarily taking any remedial action.
How wonderful it would be if this were to provoke him into remedial action.
That's why he's getting remedial cosmonaut training.
He developed and implemented a remedial education programme.
Whoever put this on the web should be required to attend a week of remedial statistics, writer and editor both.
First, whoever put together that chart badly needs a remedial course in data presentation.
Top of his list of possible remedial measures was to close the place down.
The content is delivered one-on-one to the student with the type of remedial and alternative method teaching programmed in.
It was simply a system that collapsed overnight with no immediate remedial measures.
Her follow-up stories led to enactment of remedial laws.
Remedial rates are up not because kids are less prepared, it's that there are now more kids who didn't go before going to college.
Now, for my remedial question: my contributions are invested in a traditional-risk portfolio.
It's an indispensable part of both remedial and preventive health care.
The new center has revamped the way in which it teaches remedial mathematics after seeing the survey results.
They might need a lot of remedial courses en route to a job, but they may have relatively few scheduling concerns.
Part of that remedial action, she explains, would be for the professor who communicated poorly to take a course.
But intensive remedial programs seem to make a difference.
Conflicting decisions in lower courts call for remedial action.
Almost as many need remedial reading and writing coursework before they can attempt college-level studies.
Investigations, studies, and engineering support services as necessary to complete a remedial action may also be conducted.