Should Colleges And Universities Contact The Families Of Students Who Are Struggling?
from The New York Times
From May 17:
Going off to college and becoming independent from one's family is generally seen as the first step in young adulthood. But if students struggle — whether with grades, adjusting to college life, mental health or anything else — should their parents be alerted? Would such an act be a help or an invasion of privacy? What if the student in question is in extreme distress?
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