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Author(s):Federal Student Aid for Counselors
Title:Consider college now! A handbook for students in middle school and junior high school
Source:http://inpathways.net/ea_pub.doc
Date:2008
Organization:Federal Student Aid for Counselors
Short Description:This publication provides information for middle and junior high school students to assist them in plaaning for college.
Annotation:This publication provides information for middle and junior high school students to assist them in plaaning for college. Information about when and why students should begin planning for college, the benefits of a college education, financial aid for college, and obtaining help during the planning process are included.
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College and Career Planning (for Students)
Counseling
Documents
Financial Aid
Middle School

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