SURVEY DATA BY CATEGORY
“With Their Whole Lives Ahead of Them” is based on a telephone survey utilizing both landline and cellular telephones. Respondents include a nationally representative sample of 22-to-30-year old adults who have at least some post-secondary education. The survey was preceded by five focus groups conducted in sites across the country.
- School Status
- Financial Support
- Have Children
- Living Arrangements
- Parent's Education
- High School Education
Video: With Their Whole Lives Ahead Of Them
Most students leave college because the stress of work and study just becomes too difficult.
Young people who fail to finish college are often going it alone financially.
For students who don’t graduate, the college selection process often seems limited and uninformed.
Students who leave college may not fully recognize the impact dropping out will have on their future.
So What Would Help?
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