Larry Davis Aims to Help Students Who Are Readmitted To College After Academic Dismissal or Drop-Out Stay In and Graduate with Print-on-Demand Availability of Getting Your "Acts" Together at Lulu.com.
Waco, TX (PRWEB
) December 2, 2006 -- Larry Davis teaches former drop outs and academic underachievers how to return and succeed in college with the publication of Getting Your "Acts" Together in conjunction with Lulu (www.lulu.com
), the world's fastest-growing provider of print-on-demand books.
Getting Your "Acts" Together is a true modern day parable of real former underachievers and drop outs who used their natural strengths and their college's extensive network of support services to dramatically improve their grades, overcome incredible setbacks, obstacles, and placed themselves back on track to graduate. The paperback includes detailed conversations, examples of effective strategies and support presented like an action packed adventure novel.
Larry Davis wrote Getting Your "Acts" Together to help stimulate more higher education
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research on the long-term outcomes of students who are readmitted to college after academic failure or drop out. Considered an "at-risk" student himself decades earlier, he battled back using his own natural talents and existing resources to become the first in his family to earn a college degree. Getting Your "Acts" Together is available for purchase at www.lulu.com,
in a marketplace filled with other unique and wonderful products.
"With less than 50% of all first-time college freshmen and women failing to finish and earn a degree from college within 5 years of entry since 1998, retention of students until they graduate has become a top priority for colleges and universities," reports Larry Davis. "Federal and state governments are increasingly using college and university retention and graduation rates to create more stringent systems of higher educational accountability. My book demonstrates how "at-risk" students and colleges can create meaningful and powerful partnerships--that puts students in control of their own destiny in a manner that virtually guarantees success."
Larry Davis has over 22 years of Public Service experience, including 7 years at Texas State Technical College. where he helps shapes college retention. He graduated from the University of Baylor and studied at George Truett Seminary for post-graduate work. This is the first of a series of five parables documenting the success and achievements of readmitted at-risk students.
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