I hope this message finds you well, present circumstances excluded. There are two things she can pursue before the court
to minimize the impact of this situation and reduce or eliminate the suspension of her license. She can petition or request that the court either nonadjudicate the charge against her or issue a hardship order on her behalf.
The nonadjudication means that she pleads guilty of the offense by the court withholds a finding of guilt. She may have to pay a fine or even do some community service, but her license will not be suspended.
She may also file a petition for a hardship. In so doing, she will produce to the court information that will illustrate what a hardship it would be for her to have her license suspended, including but not limited to, written statements from her and from you that illustrate her difficulties in attending school, working, etc., by way of her license being suspended. The court will weigh the evidence and likely issue the hardship. This may only reduce the period of suspension and may require payment of fines as well. However, it is certainly a better option than doing nothing at all.
In summary, two options: nonadjudication or hardship. You could actually file a Motion for Nonadjudication, or in the Alternative, Hardship. That way you get potentially two bites at the apple.
Let me know if you have any additional questions.
Best wishes going forward.