5 ways to expand CCR to meet the needs of underserved students

December 4, 2018

As the population of college-bound students evolves into a more diverse pool, it is important to recognize the need to ensure that these students are supported not only academically, but also socially and emotionally. This paper outlines the ways schools, districts, and other supportive adults can help students to gain and maintain hope for their future and to understand how to transform their goals and aspirations into an actionable future.The Ladder of Hope illustrates the long-term impact that maintaining high-levels of hope and engagement can have on an student’s journey toward a fulfilling life and career. The Ladder portrays the interconnected nature of hopefulness and the potential pitfalls that may befall students who lose hope and become disengaged.

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