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Author(s):Sommers-Flanagan, J and Somers-Flanagan, R
Title:Turning college and career planning into family communication
Source:http://www.schoolcounselor.org/content.asp?cont...
Date:2006
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Short Description:A brief article on how parents can become involved in college planning with their children.
Annotation:This brief article discusses how parents can become involved in college planning with their children. The article mentions the importance of financial planning as well as general college planning. The authors also provide some tips on how parents can communicate with their children regarding postsecondary planning.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
College and Career Planning (for Parents)

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