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Tuesday, November 13, 2012

2012 National Survey of School Counselors

Nov. 13, 2012
Issue 20
Advocacy in Action
Your go-to series for innovative research, tools, practices and ideas for college preparation, affordability, admission and completion.
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NOSCA reports
Download the 2012 National Survey of School Counselors reports to read more about how school counselors and their administrators are poised to chart the course of their students' college and career success.

College Preparation & Access
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Join us on Nov. 14 at 1 p.m. for a free webinar, NOSCA's National School Counselor Survey 2012: Counselors and Principals Weigh In on Critical Issues. Hear about the new survey findings and how they compare to the 2011 inaugural survey.
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Join us on Nov. 28 at 1 p.m., for a free webinar, NOSCA's Tools and Resources to Meet the Needs of Young Men of Color.
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College Affordability & Financial Aid
my college dollars
Download the 2012 Trends in College Pricing and Trends in Student Aid reports to read the latest and most accurate information that can help improve college-going decisions.

College Admission & Completion
Download two new policy papers released at College Board Forum, Diversity in the Balance (parts I and II), released at College Board Forum that provide guidance and insight into the case Fisher v. University of Texas. Read about steps universities and colleges should actively consider with respect to their enrollment and diversity policies and practices while the case is being deliberated by the Court. The Forum PowerPoint presentation (.pdf/352KB) is also available as a pdf.

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