“Today’s economy demands that students graduate from high school, earn some type of degree or credential, and develop knowledge and skills they can use in a job. But far too many young people drop out of high school, fail to enroll in a higher education program, or are unable to complete their credentials.”
That’s the problem American Student Assistance (ASA, @ASA_Impact) is attacking with guidance resources and advocacy initiatives.
After taking over as CEO three years ago Jean Eddy expanded the mission to middle schools and committed to helping students know themselves, know their options, and make informed choices.
Eddy appreciates the many ways that college experiences can be valuable but recognizes that many Americans are concerned by the cost and looking for a better return on investment.
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