If their students need lots of remedial instruction, the school can extend the school day, the school week, or the school year.
Pointing out that Nick Denton writes and speaks like a literate adult and not like a 14-year-old in remedial English.
In his remedial English class, he wrote these comic essays that the teacher actually read aloud in class.
Liébeault, the founder of the Nancy school, has the credit of having first made use of hypnosis as a remedial agent.
The remedial measures are in each case too obvious to mention.
The whole scene was filled with arts and virtues which were merely useful or remedial.
As an adjective, it embraces the idea of supernatural as well as remedial.
She knew to a nicety the value of anticipation as a remedial force in punishment.
ALL honor to Mr. Bergh for his remedial measures to prevent cruelty to animals.
In the falling prices may be seen a proof of the enlarged production and a justification of serious study of remedial measures.
1650s, "curing, relieving, affording a remedy," from Late Latin remedialis "healing, curing," from Latin remedium (see remedy (n.)). Educational sense of "concerned with improving skills" is first recorded 1924.