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Author(s):California Education Round Table
Title:College: Making It Happen
Organization:California Education Round Table
Short Description:These booklets describe the importance of middle school students engaging in early academic and financial planning in order to have more choices after high school graduation and the role those parents can play in this process.
Annotation:These booklets describe the importance of middle school students engaging in early academic and financial planning in order to have more choices after high school graduation and the role those parents can play in this process.
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College and Career Planning (for Parents)
College and Career Planning (for Students)
Financial Aid
Middle School
Preparation/College Readiness

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