Program helps college students create peer-support networks

08/14/2014 | Coeur d'Alene Press (Idaho)

A college in Idaho is expanding a pilot program that groups struggling and at-risk students into "villages." The program aims to give them a support network to bolster academic achievement. Students attend classes together, participate in life- and study-skills courses and meet with peer mentors and advisers.

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