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Tremblay, Christopher – College and University, 2018
Certified college funding specialists™ are part of a growing list of professionals who specialize in college planning. This list includes but is not limited to high school counselors, independent college advisors/consultants, and admission and financial aid representatives. This article reviews the college funding specialists and their…
Descriptors: Financial Support, Specialists, College Planning, High Schools
Regional Educational Laboratory Mid-Atlantic, 2014
This webinar explored how the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) provide an instructional framework to support professional growth and inform teacher evaluation systems for science instruction. This Q&A addressed the questions participants had for Dr. Wilson and Jody Bintz following the webinar. The webinar recording and PowerPoint…
Descriptors: Science Education, Teacher Effectiveness, Academic Standards, Science Instruction
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Flagel, Andrew – Journal of College Admission, 2012
NACAC's anniversary is a great time to follow up on an article on high school visits, a topic of ongoing discussion in every admission and guidance office. The article highlights a variety of potential good outcomes that can be derived from collaborative interactions. Sadly, however, admission representatives are apt to be described by the…
Descriptors: Guidance, School Counselors, High Schools, School Visitation
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Magallanes, Alfred – Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 2012
I spent the first two years of college at a two-year community in southern California. I had very sheltered high school experience, so attending college was exciting for me. In high school, I wasn't involved in extracurricular activities or organizations other than choir, and I didn't share my sexual orientation with others. College, I hoped, was…
Descriptors: High Schools, College Students, Extracurricular Activities, Homosexuality
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de los Rios, Cati V.; Ochoa, Gilda L. – Journal of Latinos and Education, 2012
Mounted on the walls, windows, and bookcases of Ms. Cati de los Rios's Pomona High School classroom are a multitude of faces, mainly heroes, martyrs, and leaders of Latina/o and African descent. These faces are a symbol of the countercultural and student-centered approach to education that occurs in her classroom. The mere presence of these…
Descriptors: Organizational Change, Ethnic Studies, Student Attitudes, High Schools
Jennings, Jack – Center on Education Policy, 2011
In this paper, the author asks the question, "Can Boys Succeed Later in Life if They Can't Read as Well as Girls?" He notes troubling statistics that illustrate lower performance of boys compared to girls, including performance on state reading tests, and graduation rates from both high school and college. He says that the good news is that the…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Graduation Rate, Reading Tests, Academic Achievement
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Rosenbaum, James E. – Sociology of Education, 2011
When 89% of high school graduates plan BA degrees, and low-achieving seniors who plan degrees have 80% failure rates, raising already high plans may be a poor strategy for improving college success. Using data on 7th-10th grade students, Domina et al. argue that higher plans are associated with success and suggest that my study of high school…
Descriptors: High Schools, Student Attitudes, High School Students, Student Educational Objectives
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College Composition and Communication, 2011
2011 marks the Centennial of the National Council of Teachers of English, and to commemorate this milestone, CCC will publish two Symposia, one in this issue of the journal, and a second in June. Here we learn from Erika Lindemann about the founding of both NCTE and CCCC; about how both groups have developed; and, drawing from these histories,…
Descriptors: Periodicals, High Schools, High School Students, Secondary Education
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King, Tim – Journal of Negro Education, 2011
The grim statistics are well known, but bear repeating: in Chicago, close to 60% of Black boys do not graduate from high school, and only one in forty receive a bachelor's degree by age 25. In the fall of 2006, Urban Prep Charter Academy for Young Men-Englewood Campus, the nation's first all-male charter public high school, was opened. In 2010 and…
Descriptors: High Schools, Academic Achievement, Graduation Rate, College Bound Students
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Wall, Steven D. – High School Journal, 2010
In this article, the author reflects on Education Secretary Arne Duncan's speech at Teachers College, Columbia University, to an audience of pre-service teachers, their professors, graduate students, and others on the future needs of education. The author found that Mr. Duncan's speech did not suffice in addressing the depth of his subject.…
Descriptors: Academic Discourse, Graduate Students, Schools of Education, Speech Communication