“Close to two-thirds of community college students work to support themselves and their families while in school, and they may be facing homelessness and hunger,” write Collins and Vargas. “Many are single parents, and more than a third are the first in their families to attend college.”Here's the first comment. It's not heartless, it's logical:
Remedial reforms should include non-academic support services for low-income, first-generation and minority students, argues College Completion: Focus on the Finish Line, by the National Center on Developmental Education.
Monday, March 27, 2017
If you think instead of just feel, you get some very interesting comments on this post from Joanne's. Here's the thrust of the post: