Peggy R. Sherwin, Ed.D.

The Disconnect Between High School and College: A Study of Retention of Students Who are at Risk of Leaving College Before Completing a Degree

    Dr. Sherwin research methods introduced the continuous issue of students who entered college after High School and left college before completing a degree. A Qualitative research methodology of; The Disconnection Between High School and College:  A Study of Retention of Students Who are at Risk of Leaving College Before Completing a Degree.

    Dr. Peggy Sherwin is currently an adjunct instructor in psychology at Ranken Technical College in St. Louis, Missouri.

    Dr. Sherwin received her Doctoral degree from Lindenwood University, in Instructional Leadership as a student-focused educator, with a background as an instructor and counselor, supporting students academically, professionally, personally, and emotionally to achieve their goals and dreams. She maintains a strong working knowledge of classroom instruction principles, student success strategies, and student development. Peggy holds a M. S. Ed. in Counseling Education from Western Illinois University. Peggy also works as a substance abuse counselor and she is a board  member for Social Justice in Action at St. Joachim and Ann Care Service.