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Learn self confidence. If students want something to happen, it happen. 

Motivate the students to see their potential. 

Focus will be always on the students. 

To retain students the school and all its staff must have 100% buy in commitment to the job at hand. Students don't magically stay in school. The fears they have are real and staff and faculty must be aware of what takes place within a new student starting. Being committed and taking ownership for all of us in the school industry is key to keeping students enrolled in school. Talk is cheap, best practices must be implemented on a daily basis without fail to ensure as many students stay in school and who feel they're getting their money's worth.

Interventions, coaching, GPA updates, ect. are all crucial to ensure that the studet understands where they are, where they need to be, and their strengths & weaknesses. This way we can set them up for sucess.

An effort to keep retention is to keep on motivating, make it fun, let the student know the will be succeful and their effort is not unseen. The way I would apply this is to insure they are understanding and interested in the way they are being educated weather that be Visually, Auditory, Kinesthetically, or through Reading & Wrighting.

It is understadable that not every student will complete their course or field of study but if you can tell the diffrence between the 2 attrition that happen we can combate the issues early to ensure that we retain more students in the future. The way I would apply this is to catch any issue early and head on and come up with the proper game plan to retain the students.

Unfortunately, instructors don't participate too much with the admissions process here.

I've learned every positive interaction, no matter how small, has an impact on students and their learning journey. I have daily goals that align with this subject, and I recommend you all make it part of your daily routine. Make it a point to interact with at least three students every day. Ask them how they are doing and if the answer is not ideal, do ask what you can do for them. Do NOT make it business only. Do try to find out something about them you did not know before, and next time you see those students you… >>>

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