Lethel Polk, Jr’s New Book “How to Help At-Risk Students Succeed: A Study of Critical Success Factors” is a Researched Plan for Promoting College Graduation Rates

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Recent release “How to Help At-Risk Students Succeed: A Study of Critical Success Factors” from Page Publishing author Lethel Polk, Jr is a dissertation which explores the realm of atypical college and university students as they pursue higher education in an effort to develop an effective pattern of assistance to fulfill their dreams of graduating.

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Lethel Polk, Jr, a retired educator and motivational speaker, has completed his new book “How to Help At-Risk Students Succeed: A Study of Critical Success Factors”: a research study that proves that with the genuine interest and assistance of those equipped to help, at-risk students will not only pass their classes, they will thrive in the academic environment.

Dr. Polk has worked with the at-risk population in the United States in varying capacities for over forty years. When setting about writing this dissertation, he focused on a question that plagues many in education: “How do we help at-risk students who are failing in a traditional setting?”

Published by New York City-based Page Publishing, Lethel Polk Jr’s honorable study offers a ray of hope to those who seek the answer to that question, be they an educator who is feeling ineffective at their job or a student who falls under that category who cannot seem to find academic success.

As with any well-documented research, the quest on which Dr. Polk embarks on is full of clarifications for the technical language, thorough experimentation, and a clear definition of the party and problem with which the issue resides. Charts and graphs assist with displaying statistical data.

While the participants of the study were at-risk college and university students and thereby the focus of the interventions were specific to this audience, Dr. Polk has full faith that his findings can be applied appropriately to any age group and success would be found.

Readers who wish to experience this informative work can purchase “How do we help at-risk students who are failing in a traditional setting?” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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