The question for educators is this: How do we as school professionals help our students pursue colleges in a thoughtful and meaningful way? As you know, too many students choose a higher education path based on unrealistic expectations, confusion, and/or a lack of thoughtful self-understanding.
Here is how College Grazing can help...
At the core of College Grazing are our self-discovery surveys--our "munchings." They are designed to help students gain valuable feedback about their college interests. Indeed, the more self-awareness a student has, the more likely he or she will make a better college decision. At a time when students are weighing their options, accepting or rejecting college influences and opinions, and generally pondering their future; the survey feedback provides a foundation for realistic college thinking. The self-discovery surveys are perfect for group or individual college guidance.
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