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Now more than ever, we need to help counselors and schools prepare our students for college. Join our group of lay-college counselors, aka high school teachers, with these 12 May 2011 tips. Use TAs and seniors to help you. I can send you a word version of this document, if needed.

May 2011 College Readiness Tips for Teachers

Martin advises parents to let their children go away. Let them grow and become mature adults and make your family stronger. College is four years they can never get back. Martin should know. He is the first in his family to go to college and he has a presidential scholarship to Villanova-3000 miles away but he is never far from his family in spirit or support.

Part I-Four Years They’ll Never Get Back-Let your child go ...