Directionally Challenged?

Every September students file into my senior composition class ready for their final high school year. Some faces light up when I ask about college applications, and they talk excitedly about the progress of their applications for their first choice colleges. But, others tense up at the very mention of these applications, their faces revealing […]

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Mind the Gap Year

Maybe you set your sights on your dream college at age ten.  Or maybe you’ve always known that continuing education isn’t for you.  Maybe you haven’t made your mind up yet– to go to university or not to go, to delay or decline altogether. That’s why they invented gap years. Time Magazine wrote a piece […]

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