11 edition of Choosing colleges found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 163-170) and index.
|Statement||Patricia M. McDonough.|
|LC Classifications||LB2350.5 .M377 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 174 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||174|
|ISBN 10||079143477X, 0791434788|
|LC Control Number||96047380|
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Choosing College presents five different Jobs for which students hire postsecondary education. The book explores the set of experiences necessary to help students succeed in each Job, offers students guidance for framing the decision before them, and allows them to see their true set of desirable options/5(18).
After half a century of increasing federal, state, and private investments in higher education, phenomenal growth in the number of colleges, and enrollments of almost fifteen million students, Choosing Colleges asks why it is that there are vast differentials in college access.
McDonough addresses access and equity issues by documenting how Cited by: Cut through the noise and make better college and career choices. This book is about addressing the college-choosing problem. The rankings, metrics, analytics, college visits, and advice that we use today to help us make these decisions are out of step with the progress individual students are trying to make.
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The launch of a new academic year brings with it books on how to choose college. One book out this fall, Choosing College: How to Make Better Learning Decisions Throughout Your Life (Wiley), takes a slightly different approach: it explores college-going simultaneously for students and parents, assuming both groups will make plenty of mistakes before arriving at what one hopes will be.
By Michael B. Horn and Bob Moesta. Foreword by Clayton M. Christensen Cut through the noise and make better college and career choices. This book addresses the college-choosing problem. The rankings, metrics, analytics, college visits, and advice used to help us make these decisions are out of step with the progress individual students are trying to : Michael B.
Horn. There are also lists of colleges by major, as well as more lighthearted lists such as “Biggest Party Schools.”.
The book finishes up with indexes of the Princeton Review’s “best schools” according to tuition and location. Best for Students & Families: The U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges. Buy on : Laura Dorwart. Choosing College: How to Make Better Learning Decisions Throughout Your Life () by Michael B.
Horn and Bob Moesta Choosing a college is the most complicated process in our teens’ lives, and is easily one of the most perplexing and expensive ones for parents, too.
Finding Your College Fit College Search Step-by-Step College Search Step-by-Step There’s no magic formula for choosing a college, but there are steps you can take to find a good fit. Use this tool to start your journey. Go Expert Q&A. Choosing a college is part science: making sure they have the academic major or extracurricular activities of your choice in the location you like and with the opportunities you seek.
But, choosing the “right” school for you is also very much an art. It tells the students what factors they should consider while selecting a college.
The book explains how selecting a wrong college can cause loss to parents and students, emphasizing the importance of choosing the right college. It will guide you step by step in making a choice according to your educational needs.
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How to choose the right college: Consider priorities, focus on goals and enjoy the journey. By Katy Hopkins and Josh Moody Nov. 6, By. In large part, Choosing College reads like a self-help book for prospective students and their parents, a guide to exploring one’s authentic goals and reasons for attending college.
The authors examine students’ college-going decisions in a consumer context. The College Board College Handbook2, pages, $ The College Board book gets major depth points for being the only guide to take community colleges seriously. It has data on more than. Michael B. Horn Michael Horn speaks and writes about the future of education and works with a portfolio of education organizations to improve the life of each and every student.
He is the author of Choosing College, which strips away the noise around college to help students and parents understand why they are going to school and how to make. Some colleges ask you to list your expected major on your college application (although "undecided" is usually an option), but don't require you to declare definitively until later.
If you are interested in a major that requires a lot of classes, or classes that are limited to. Cut through the noise and make better college and career choices This book is about addressing the college-choosing problem.
The rankings, metrics, analytics, college visits, and advice that we use today to help us make these decisions are out of step with the progress individual students are trying to make.Choosing & Using Sources presents a process for academic research and writing, from formulating your research question to selecting good information and using it effectively in your research assignments.
Additional chapters cover understanding types of sources, searching for information, and avoiding plagiarism.
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