Recommendations for Solving Low Rates of College Readiness at James Monroe
High School, West Virginia
School of Education, Liberty University
In partial fulfillment of EDUC 850
I have no known conflict of interest to disclose.
Correspondence concerning this article should be addressed to Michael Whitener
This paper analyzes various educational articles on student performance and the learning
and teaching environment. The main purpose of the review is to identify factors that contribute to
poor performance and how they relate to James Monroe High School. Current articles published
since 2018 have been included to identify the most relevant and updated information. Articles
were searched on the Google Scholar database.
Factors affecting student performance and college readiness
According to Kapur (2018), notable factors influence students’ performance on
performance and readiness. The findings revealed that fundamental factors such as school,
environment, teaching methods, learners’ attitudes, and parental support are critical. The article’s
findings will effectively provide significant attention to the factors influencing the performance
towards success, solving low Rates of College Readiness at James Monroe High School, West
An effective study for practical implications was conducted to investigate An Alternative
Presentation of Incremental Validity: Discrepant SAT and HSGPA Performance (Mattern et al.
2018). The study revealed that cultural and socioeconomic factors, gender, and race play a
significant role in SAT performance. Similarly, the study information will be relevant to
incorporate external factors in offering recommendations for solving low Rates of College
Readiness at James Monroe High School, West Virginia.
Dixon-Roman et al. (2018) investigated notable articulations on the association of family
income with SAT performance. The results suggested family income posited a significant impact