Is remedial class good?
A remedial class is good to catch a student up to his/her classmates. It may also help the student's grades. Remedial classes are important to keep a student from falling too far behind in grades.
Remedial means like "substitute" or dumb-ed down, the way I'll show you. Look: The boy failed his language arts class, so his teachers were concerned and placed him in remedial grammar. See, I used "remedial grammar", a phrase meaning a substitute for average grammar, like a lower version or the same thing but in all it's simplicity. Good luck with the word!
Remedial instruction just means you get extra help to catch up to where others in your grade are in a certain subject. The means are usually a class ( not necessarily spec ed) that does easier work than the regular English, math, or other class. But most schools do not call the classes by a special name, and usually only the school knows it's a "remedial" class. Students that complete remedial instruction will have the…