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SAIL Lab, 305-237-3671

The SAIL (System for Applied Individualized Learning) Lab is a support lab designed to help AS and vocational credit students practice and review elements of reading, language (grammar), and math skills.  The lab, funded through the Carl Perkins Grant, enables students to study those skills that are still unfamiliar or need to be emphasized more via computer programs and individualized lessons and assignments.  Upon successful completion of the materials and required hours in the SAIL Lab, students will be able to (1) continue a vocational program by passing the TABE test, or (2) re-take the CPT.  Students must complete 90 hours for each course. 

The lab is located in Building 2, Computer Courtyard, third floor.  For more information about the lab, call (305)237-3671.

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