Our expert says:
What I suggest is that you (and your daughter if she is willing to go) have a meeting with the college to discuss the problems and look for the way forward.
The solution may be correspondence, but she then runs the risk of being further isolated. Alternatively there may be others at the college who she gets on with rather than the people she is hanging around with who she can link in with.
The other alternative is to consider another college with a more academic foucs - or consider a school rather than a college where she may find that the other students are just as focused on work as her - especially in the matric year.
Whatever route she chooses it is imperative that she does finish her matric - these days you get nowhere without that qualification to start you off.
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