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    • 10 choosing to attend a post-secondary institution. The researchers defined college qualifications as being a culmination of cumulative grade point average, senior-class rank, aptitude test scores, and SAT/ACT test scores. They stood by their point...
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    • 12 The researchers found there were some students who really enjoyed the project and learned a lot from it and those who completed it just for the grade. The researchers suggested that the project was most beneficial if the student could really...
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    • 13 having clear expectations of the students, having information about post-secondary education available in many forms and levels of understanding, having a personalized counseling program, making sure that testing and curriculum is arduous enough...
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    • 14 believed by Radcliffe and Stephens (2008) that at-risk students may not become adequately prepared for any post-secondary training unless schools join forces with parents and other bodies to promote post-secondary education. The researchers...
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    • Lehi Jones made presidcnt of Bank of Southern Utah. Lehi, m r x her of Utah Wool Growcr's ssociation. Picture. Lchi Jones, John L. Sevy and James Smith. Lehi drives auto~nabilr.Lehi's 86th birthday. Picture, Lehi in 1940. Picture, Lclii 1)'. Jones...
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    • 17 Chapter 3 Methodology The purpose of this thesis was to study the effects of a school-wide career introductions program on at-risk students’ perception of, interest in, and planning toward post-secondary education. The research questions that...
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    • 18 Instrumentation The data were collected through quantitative measures. I relied on the use of pre-treatment and post-treatment surveys. I used an adaptation of the Universal Encouragement Program (UEP) survey that our counselor has included on...
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    • 19 particular study. I entered the parts of the survey that would benefit this study into a Google Document Form and administered both the pre-treatment and post-treatment surveys online. I focused on whether or not exposing students to various...
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    • 20 measure growth from. I learned if students had post secondary goals, if they are receiving post secondary advisement and if so from where and most important I found what careers interested them most. Most students were only receiving advisement...
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    • 21 Chapter 4 Results The population of SEA changes drastically at the half-year semester mark. Those students who have gotten caught up on credits go back to their home schools and a new set of students who need to make up classes are enrolled....
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    • O n Lehi's eighty-sixth hirthday Nov. 15, 1940 an article appeared in the Salt Lake Tribune entitled "Scores Honor Pioneer of Southern Utah," the opening paragraph stated that: Lehi W. Jones Looks Back on Long and Active Career -Cedar City - Lehi...
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    • 22 Figure 1. Diagram of students who participated in the study. and 6% transportation: distribution and logistics services. The researcher found guest speakers using data collected from the pre-treatment survey. The careers that were presented were...
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    • 23 of the student body had plans to obtain at least a bachelor’s degree, 9% are planning on an associate’s degree, 12% are considering an apprenticeship and/or a trade certificate, and none of the students surveyed were unsure as to what...
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    • 24 Figure 3. Comparison of students planning to attend post-secondary education or training before and after presentations. the presentations 22% stated they discuss the same plans very often while no students stated that they never discuss...
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    • 25 Figure 4. Comparison of students planning to attend post-secondary education or training before and after presentations. done to change their mind. The majority stated that nothing could be done to sway them. The students were asked to elaborate...
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    • 26 Chapter 5 Discussion High school graduation should not be the end of the line for students; and educators should be assisting in curbing that effect. The at-risk students at SEA are so focused on making up missing credits that thoughts for the...
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    • 27 due to planting the seeds of opportunity. Once the myriad of careers were presented, the students had ideas about what interested them and what did not and more importantly what training or education is required for each of the...

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