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The College Admissions Game/NASSP-NPR


Dan Kern <[log in to unmask]>


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Tue, 27 Feb 2007 14:45:06 -0600





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 <> The College
Admissions Game
The frenzy surrounding college admissions, especially at a small group of
highly selective colleges, is intense and, according to some college deans,
out of control. In a seven-part series, NPR explores the alternatives, such
as community college and the workforce. NPR, n.d.



NPR link seven parts plus:

Part 4: The <>
Community College Path to Higher Ed

February 23, 2007 . Community colleges enroll 46 percent of all U.S. college
students, playing a key role in educating those who can't afford or get into
a four-year school. Many are looking for ways to help students with
complicated lives beat the odds to complete a two-year degree or more.

Source: C National Association of Secondary School Principals

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