According to Complete College America, by 2018, 59% of Ohio’s jobs will require a postsecondary credential or degree. In order to secure the significantly greater opportunities a college degree provides, Ohio’s students must leave high school prepared for college success. In December 2013, The Ohio Board of Regents reported that, of the 51,627 students who enrolled for the first time in an Ohio public college in Fall 2012, 40% needed developmental (or remedial) math or English. Students and their loved ones are paying for education they should have already received. We’re changing that through four crucial goals.