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The Princeton Review | college readiness | professional development
For over 30 years, The Princeton Review has been helping college–bound students achieve their higher-education goals and navigate the college admissions process from start to finish. We build professional development for counselors, teachers, and administrators that engages and empowers learners to help drive a college-going culture and improve equity of access to information about postsecondary options for all students.
According to Malcolm Knowles's theory of andragogy, adults learn better with approaches based on problem solving and collaboration. With that in mind, our professional development sessions focus on enabling college counselors to incorporate new skills into the context of their own knowledge and professional experience.
Our sessions include facilitated discussion and debate to help participants:
Sessions may include reviewing scholarly articles, case studies, and the personal experience of participants. At the conclusion of each session, attendees will leave with measurable goals and an effective strategy to achieve them.
We know every school and every district is unique, which is why our professional development program features a variety of sessions that can be tailored to meet the specific needs of each partner.