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Summer is the Time for K-12 and Higher Ed to Be Friends

By: Bill DeBaun, National College Attainment Network There are few more poignant moments than when students cross the stage and receive their high school diplomas. At that moment, families, district and school administrators, teachers, and everyone else who has helped the student get to this point see so much of their time and effort realized. […]

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COVID-19 disregarded and targeted the college student population.

By: Carmen De Alba Cardenas Homework, deadlines, jobs, internships, family responsibilities, extracurricular activities and a pandemic. Coronavirus (COVID-19) became another obstacle college students had to tackle in their daily lives. When the pandemic hit, many things stopped but not higher-ed. In a matter of a few weeks, college students, including myself, were expected to be […]

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The FAFSA Opens Today

By: AzCAN One of the greatest tools in reducing the financial barriers to accessing postsecondary education is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), which opens today. Yesterday the Arizona College Access Network (AzCAN) and Arizona Department of Education (ADE) hosted an event to kick-off the new FAFSA season. At the kick-off, the 2020-2021 […]

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