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What Colleges Could Do About College Admission, Part 2

In Part 1 and in other posts on this site, I’ve defined what I think a “better” college admission process is and emphasized that colleges and universities have the responsibility of reforming it. Only these institutions are  capable of making it … Continue reading

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Webcast on “Taking Back High School”

A few weeks ago I conducted a webcast through CollegeWeek Live about how high school counselors can try helping high school students be students as the college admission process looms in the distance. It’s about an hour long and has … Continue reading

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New Year’s Plans: College Admission Reform Just Beginning

More and more college counselors oppose new and more complex admission efforts proposed by “elite” colleges. Continue reading

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Having a Voice is an American Dream

Crabby hears rain on the parade… Yesterday Crabby met with a group of high school students he’s been working with on college options for a while. Several of the seniors shared their acceptances and we cheered them. Crabby turned to the younger … Continue reading

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