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Janet Rosier's Educational Resources, Inc.
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Certified Educational Planner; College and Graduate School Admissions
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Great article by Jeff Selingo and a sobering read. "This trend has manifested itself on college campuses in the form of a socioeconomic “barbell”—with affluent students who can pay full price or close to it on one end and poor students who receive federal Pell Grants and max out their loan eligibility on the other end. Fewer students are in the middle, especially on the lower end of that middle just above the cutoff for Pell Grants."



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Two universities near and dear to my heart --The University of Connecticut and The University of Florida are teaming up to help identify CF in newborns. Nice work!


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Very uplifting story from WNPR about Mitchell College in New London, CT. I have had a few students attend Mitchell and it was life changing.


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Another state that is helping their students afford a college education.

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Food for thought here in this very well written op-ed by David Leonhardt, who often writes about education.


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This is an interesting op-ed and it does a good job of unpacking the various "choices" that make up "school choice" for students and parents.
David Leonhardt writes consistently good articles about education!

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Scott Anderson of the Common Application gave this great advice in 2013 and it is just as wise and relevant today. ""But on May 2, when you see those students clad in college T-shirts, celebrating the choices that they have made, don’t be critical. Be happy. And if you can’t be happy, then just be quiet."


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Connecticut College move to prepare students for new careers! Typical college students and some folks coming back too!

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While it is easy to dismiss this as a fad or "niche" dining, many students attending college have food allergies. Students with medical issues or those who choose to eat differently are accommodated. I am always pleased to see greater dining options on college campuses.


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New President of Fairfield University- a the first non-Jesuit. However, he has been in the state before, he completed his undergraduate work at Yale. Fairfield is not the only Jesuit institution to have a lay president- Georgetown's President DeGioia also has CT roots, he graduated from Amity High School in Woodbridge.
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