Poor Grades

n.noun

Poor grades refer to a student’s inability to achieve adequate marks in school. Poor grades are a significant issue for a student, as this will most likely result in negative ramifications for that student’s future.

A poor grade is a substandard academic performance, which may result in varying consequence for different students. Additionally, A poor grade may be the result of many personal factors of an individual student. These factors include the student’s ability to learn, as well as their motivational drive. While there are many students who legitimately suffer from learning disorders, there are many students who simply, lack the drive it takes to succeed in academics. For students who are simply struggling due to their laziness, it is important they apply themselves to the best of their ability in the future, as this portion of adolescence greatly effects the quality of their lives.

Poor grades prove to be a continuous and prevalent issue among troubled teens. Troubled teens rarely receive poor grades due to their lack of cognitive prowess. Generally speaking, troubled teens are fully capable of earning sufficient grades in academics, but consciously choose not to put forth the necessary effort needed to do so.

Fortunately for troubled teens, troubled adolescent rehabilitative services such as, residential treatment centers, therapeutic boarding schools and group homes for troubled teens, as well as wilderness therapy programs offer grade restoration for those who have failed to earn adequate marks in school.

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John Baisden, Jr

John Baisden, Jr

John Baisden Jr is the father of seven inspiring children, and he is married to Kara, the love of his life. Together they have created a family-centered legacy by leading the way with early childhood educational advancement. John loves to write and is an author of a children’s book, An Unlikely Journey and plans to publish additional books. Show More John is a visionary in his work and applies “outside-the-box” approaches to business practice and people development. He is the Founder of Turning Winds, along with several other organizations. He has extensive experience launching and developing organizations. His skills include strategic planning, promoting meaningful leader-member movement, organizational change, effective communication, project management, financial oversight and analysis, digital marketing and content creation, and implementing innovative ideas through influential leadership. As a leader, John seeks to empower others and brand success through collaborative work. His vision is to lead with courage, grit, truth, justice, humility, and integrity while emphasizing relational influence rather than focusing on the sheens of titles, positions, or things. Finally, John is passionate about life and promoting equity among those who are often overlooked because of differences that frequently clash with the “norm.” He lives in Southern Idaho and loves the outdoors and the life lessons that can be learned in such an informal environment.

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