Research + News | Topic: College Readiness

My College Students Are Not OK

This college professor isn’t the only to report poor attendance, little discussion, missing homework and failed exams. Read the article here.

Many Idaho Teens Want A Break Before Going To College. I Did.

Should we expect teens fresh off the podium to have it figured out? Read the article here.

Parents Expect To Pay At Least $26,000 Annually To Send Their Kids To College

Seven in 10 parents are feeling nervous about paying for college this year due to the financial impact of COVID-19. Read the article here.

‘Destination College’ Webinar Schools Parents, Helping Guide Their Teens Through Next Steps Towards College

A new program is schooling parents on how to better help their teens prepare for life after graduation while guiding them through the college admissions process. Read the article here.

How Parents Can Support Teenagers In The Pandemic College Process

With college admissions significantly altered this year, pay attention to what your child wants and needs. Read the article here.

Colleges Spent Months Planning For Fall, But A COVID-19 Surge Is Changing Everything

How is the COVID surge changing plans on college campuses? Read the article here.

Teens Can Get Ready For College Or A Career With A Leg Up From The Library

With COVID-19 still keeping us all at a social distance for the time being, Teen Librarians put their heads together to help connect teens with college and career readiness resources as they graduate, move into summer employment, or think about college. Read the article here.

12 Ways To Prepare For Your Freshman Year Of College

Students should follow these steps so they’re ready when classes begin. Read the article here.

Help Teens Plan For Life After High School

New Year’s resolutions aren’t only for adults. You can help your teen organize life after high school by getting them to plan now. Watch the video here.

More Testing Means More Stress For Teens – And There’s No Solution In Sight

tudents today face mounting pressure not just to get into college, but to figure out how to pay for an increasingly unaffordable education by working or by setting themselves so far apart from their peers that they’re awarded scholarships. Read the article here.