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Atherton, CA (PRWEB) February 07, 2013
Student success does not arise by chance, stated Vincent Tinto, Distinguished University Professor of Sociology at Syracuse University, at the Financial Literacy and College Persistence conference held at Menlo College.
Speaking to representatives from over 20 colleges and universities around the country and 25 non-profits, funders, and community organizations, Tinto explaining that student success requires educators who engage in discourse, build momentum, identify roadblocks, and construct coherent pathways to completion.
Provost James Woolever, opened the conference saying, The issue of financial literacy has become the talk of the town. The failings of one generation should not be the condition of the next. The time has come to prepare the next generation.