The identification of the very poor student is a continuing process throughout his school career by teachers, peer groups, siblings, perhaps his parents, and more recently, counselors. This student may have been identified in this role so often and so long that he has been stereotyped. Most of us are aware of the many problems this student has faced during his relatively short life time, but what about the major problem he faces when a decision must be made concerning college entrance or joining the nations work force? The high school graduate immediately faces a society that expects him to enter college regardless of abilities or goals in life.



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