School to Post Secondary Point by Point Contrast

As you start planning for college or university, it is helpful to understand the differences between high school and post-secondary education.  This article uses a chart form to identify the differences between high school and college or university in regards to personal responsibility, structure, instruction, study habits, tests and assessments, grades and disability support services.

School to Post Secondary Point By Point Contrast

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  1. […] For students heading for college or university, this means the research on post-secondary programs, the accessibility and disability supports available at each college or university and on financial assistance. Parents can support their child in the process but at college and university your child is recognized as an independent adult and is expected to advocate for themselves. For more information on the differences between secondary school and post-secondary, check the article, School to Post Secondary Point by Point Contrast,. […]

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