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Recent Blog Articles

Five Recommendations on How to Become a Stand Out School Counselor

Source: For High School Counselors

1. Promote a Safe School Climate Safe, inclusive, and positive school climates provide students with supports (i.e. social and emotional learning).  How can school counselors do this effectively? Some suggestions include… Listen. People need to feel heard. Students, parents, teachers, secretaries, even the principals. Assist students in developing social and emotional competencies like self management, Read More

How to Appeal a Financial Aid Letter

Source: The College Solution

How do you appeal a financial aid letter? Should you appeal a financial aid award? What kind of college awards can you appeal? I directed these financial aid questions to Mark Kantrowitz, a nationally recognized financial aid expert, who has just published a book entitled, How to Appeal for More Financial Aid Awards. Mark is Read More

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