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Author(s):American Council on Education
Title:Guide for parents: Ten steps to prepare your child for college
Organization:American Council on Education
Short Description:These steps cover a plan for affording college tuition and encouraging the development of young students.
Annotation:These steps help parents plan for affording college tuition by encouraging them to start saving when children are in elementary school. These guidelines also help parents to encourage scholastic and career development with their children through high school years.
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Affordability, Tuition and College Costs
Career Development
College Access Program Curricula and Instructional Resources
College and Career Planning (for Parents)
National College Access Organizations
Parent/Family Involvement and Community Engagement
Preparation/College Readiness

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