Evidence strongly suggests that students who "ease off" during their senior year in high school cause themselves great problems. This category is for sites that either describe the problem of "senioritis" or discuss changes in the senior year to avoid senioritis while improving the educational experience of the senior year.
USATODAY.com - With 'senioritis' the diagnosis, the search for a cure is on
A confluence of forces is pushing educational leaders to stop the senioritis trend in high schools across the USA. (April 18, 2005)
NPR: All Things Considered : Roosevelt High School: Summertime and Senioritis
Discussions with students and faculty about this annual phenomenon. [Streaming audio segment of 7 minutes and 30 seconds in duration.] (June 03, 2002)
NPR : All Things Considered : Senioritis
High schools and colleges are cracking down on so-called 'senioritis'. New research suggests that students who slack off at the end of high school are likely to have a tough time making it through college. [Streaming audio broadcast of 4 minutes 30 seconds.] (May 10, 2001)
Cincinnati Enquirer - 'Senioritis' can cheat students' futures
Article which emphasizes the negative consequences of students taking it easy during the last year of high school. (February 03, 2001)
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