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Author: Jason Bullock

Social Media Use and College Admissions

Instagram. Snapchat. Twitter. Facebook. I’m sure I’m missing several. Most of us use social media to some extent, but teens and young adults are obsessed. In fact, a 2016 study estimated that teens spend an average of nine – yes nine! – hours per day in front of screens. Much of that time is spent Read More

College Interview Season is Upon Us

How to help your students prep for their college interview. Most go well, but be certain to practice and research the school to ensure they succeed. Sweaty palms, churning stomach and the deer-in-the-headlights look are common anticipated experiences for high school seniors when approaching their first college interview. But, truth be told, most interviews go Read More


In my nightmares, all the outreach programs for under-represented and/or first-gen students will become ineffective as tuition soars. Colleges will go out of business as fewer and fewer people can afford to teach there. The American education system will explode in a fireball constructed by corporate greed, and this country will return to a 19th Read More

Online Guides Available for Counselors who might be exploring getting a Master’s or Doctorate Degree in Curriculum & Instruction

Building a healthy academic system for our students begins with an exceptional effort from educational professionals. Their dedication to studying communication techniques, technology, and curriculum design yields a great result in the success of students inside and beyond the classroom. The significant value of these individuals is reflected in the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ projection Read More

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