Hope Helps

November 1999
Psychology Today;Nov/Dec99, Vol. 32 Issue 6, p20
Suggests that high hopes could help parent or a college student not only stay in school, but do well academically, based on a research. Comparison of the rating of a student with lower expectation with the one with a higher expectation; Other benefits of students from high expectations.


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