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You have a high achieving student throughout high-school who seems to have a high trajectory. They leave for a nice college and are doing well.
But somewhere in the four years before graduation the wheels come off and they return home.
With scholarships/college funds now out the window, a transcript that's no longer so pretty, and a student with a vacant motivation to return to school, where do you go?
Let's say they're not the most technically inclined or physically gifted, so the more lucrative jobs in the trades or construction industries aren't a realistic possibility.
CC has discussed the college search, college application, college graduation, and beyond(and has discussed most of it to death), yet I've never come upon a concentrated discussion on what to do for the students who don't make it through. And given the lackluster retention and completion rates that many universities are sporting, there's certainly some out there.