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New Math Placement Legislation

Students Who Score Level 5 MUST be Placed in Advanced Classes—It’s the Law! Did you know that, by law (SL 218-32; HB 986), students who score a level 5 on their End-of-Grade (EOG) or End-of-Course (EOC) tests must be placed in an advanced course the following school...

School Counselors Help Families and Students Prepare for College with FAFSA!

It's FAFSA time!  Help your students fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Here is the Department of Educations blog about the 2019-2010 FAFSA.  It has several helpful links: Who...

Helping You Prepare for ACT Math

You now need to score at least a 22 on the math portion of the ACT to enroll in many college programs—including community colleges. You can do this with some basic math and algebra skills. In the 21st century, basic math and algebra skills are not just necessary for...

Not Your Grandmother’s Community College Anymore

In your grandmother’s day, or possibly even in your parent’s day, manufacturing jobs were abundant and paid a good living with benefits. Community Colleges offered a way to earn credits that could transfer to four-year colleges or programs to train for a few...

Links to Resources

Many resources are available online: Scholarship Information This site has links to many scholarships and grants. Students provide information, then choose three areas of study and three colleges that interest them. With one click, students are taken to a myriad of...

School Counselors Work Smarter, Not Harder, with the ASCA National Model

Is Your Caseload Too Large? You’re not alone. Most school counselors have far more students to counsel than they should. The recommended caseload for a counselor is 250 kids. Yet high school counselors commonly have more than 350 kids. Middle school counselors...

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