Undecided: Navigating Life and Learning after High School

Genevieve Morgan (author)

Publisher: Lerner Books ISBN: 9781728401652

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Description

For high school students all over the country, deciding what to do after graduation can be overwhelming. How do you know if college is your best choice? If it is, how do you plan for student loans? If it's not, what are your other options? That's where Undecided comes in! This updated and revised edition provides a comprehensive overview of the choices available after high school, from traditional four-year colleges and trade schools to military service and gap years. Teens can choose a career path and get advice on how to succeed. Checklists, anecdotes, brainstorming activities, and journal exercises lead to well-informed decisions. Find a future that works for you!

Reading Level
Lexile
1180L
Fountas Pinnell Guided Reading
Z
ATOS
8.8
DRA
80
Categories
Genre
Character Education Reference & Study Aids Social Issues
Interest Age
Ages 13+
Grade
8th Grade 9th Grade 10th Grade 11th Grade 12th Grade
Subject
Social Studies
Language
English (US)
Fiction/Non-Fiction
Non-Fiction
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