Learning has become a lifelong activity with many options at each step. Educators offer an ever-increasing variety of programs to meet individual needs. It is not surprising that young people and their families are not always certain of their educational goals or the best way to achieve them.
Selecting the program that will best suit each student has become a complicated, often frustrating, task. In many cases it is difficult, if not impossible, for the family to provide sound, objective evaluation and guidance. Given the rising cost of education, professional guidance has become more critical than ever.