Today we are sharing an article entitled 'Fixing A Broken Freshman Year: What An Overhaul Might Look Like' from www.npr.org. This article brings light to the ever-growing number of college freshman who drop out before graduation. As mentioned in the article, "in 2015, only a little more than half of students who enrolled in college in 2009 made it to graduation, with the largest percentage dropping out after their freshman year, according to the National Student Clearinghouse."
Being a new student in college can be overwhelming and can also lead to a lot of questions and insecurities. Students need to be well prepared so that they can know what to expect. They also need to be given the skills to negotiate new challenges as they arise throughout their college duration. That is where Linder Educational Coaching comes into play! We focus on sending kids to college with the skills that they need to be successful and independent so that they will make it to graduation and be ready to tackle the world!
If you have a high school student that you would like to help better prepare for college, especially their freshman year, contact us today at: http://www.lindereducationalcoaching.com/