Think carefully before deciding to delay the path to or through college

From Forbes: “Taking a break between high school and college, or in the middle of your studies, is tempting. After all, the learning process can be hard, and exhausting. But the times we are in call for caution when it comes to any delays in education. … The key is to keep moving. More than 40 million people have started college and stopped out, and many states are working hard to get them re-enrolled. Research shows that students who delay their enrollment in post-high school learning by a year or more have dramatically higher dropout rates and lower bachelor’s degree completion rates.”

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