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Arizona organization helps students prepare for college, FAFSA

Arizona School Boards Association, Nov. 28, 2017 Jessica Solis, a Be A Leader college-going counselor in the Phoenix office, works with 140 kids every year to help them complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and get into the right college. Solis said that students in the senior boot camp program earned a…

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The surprising Maine county that sends so many kids to college

Bangor Daily News, Nov. 27, 2017 All throughout Maine’s Aroostook County, it appears adults — whether teachers, family members or business owners — are making a point to catch and encourage young people in their schooling, so they might continue on to some type of college. Discover what they are doing>  …

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See how well Maine high schools do sending poorer kids to college

Maine Focus, Nov. 29, 2017 In general, schools with lower poverty rates were likely to see a larger share of their graduating classes go on to finish two- or four-year degree programs within the six years after high school graduation. The analysis is limited only to the graduating classes in 2009 and 2010, based on…

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Who Is More Likely to Default on Student Loans?

Liberty Street Economics, Nov. 20, 2017 Who is more likely to default on student loans? To answer this question, the New York Federal Reserve Bank utilizes a unique data set that matches the New York Fed Consumer Credit Panel, based on Equifax data, to National Student Clearinghouse education data, to track student debt and educational attainment over time. Read…

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Four myths about student veterans

Raytheon, Nov. 22, 2017 Student veterans succeed at a higher rate than those who have never served; 72 percent graduation, as compared to 66 percent for non-veterans, according to the National Veteran Education Success Tracker, or NVEST, a research partnership between SVA, the U.S. department of Veterans Affairs and the National Student Clearinghouse. Read more>…

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Rural schools join forces to make college the rule rather than the exception

Hechinger Report, Nov. 17, 2017 Meadowbrook High School, which serves 490 students from across a sprawling 128-square-mile district in Southeast Ohio, is thriving when it comes to graduation rates and participation in higher education. In just a few short years, the school has managed to create a culture in which going to college is becoming…

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KCTCS, University of Kentucky Sign Reverse Transfer Agreement

KYForward, Nov. 15, 2017 The Kentucky Community and Technical College System (KCTCS) and the University of Kentucky (UK) have signed a reverse transfer agreement to help more students earn associate degrees beginning in the 2018 spring semester. Former KCTCS students that transfer to UK before earning an associate degree can have UK credits applied toward…

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National Student Clearinghouse Introduces NSC SecurePrint for Secure, Automated Transcript Printing

University of Montana Registrar’s Office, Clearinghouse Partnership Leads to Improved Student Service and Money Saved HERNDON, VA (Nov. 14, 2017) – The National Student Clearinghouse announced today NSC SecurePrintSM, the only print fulfillment service using a FISMA-certified and SOC 2-compliant high security facility to process, print, and mail transcripts for colleges and universities. “With NSC…

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Editorial: Focus on college retention will pay dividends

Williamson Daily News, Nov. 8, 2017 Kentucky public universities recently put out the call to former college students who left without a degree – come back and finish. The new Project Graduate program is making a special effort to reach out to those who have 80 or more credit hours, and offer them special assistance…

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