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    1. Duke Undergraduate Admissions shares college preparation tips with Duke employees and their children

    2. A huge number of U.S. students aren?t ready for college, admissions test results and other data show.

    3. SAT testing is up, but college readiness isn't

      Orlando SentinelSep 02 09:08 PM

      Florida students are focused in ever-greater numbers on college, but their scores on the SAT show many still do not leave high school ready to tackle college classes, according to a report released today Thursday.

    4. Amy R. Connolly WASHINGTON, Sept. 3 (UPI) -- Scores on the SAT dipped to their lowest level since the test was overhauled a decade ago, renewing fears about student performance nationwide.

    5. NEW YORK, Sept. 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- As the college application season kicks into high gear, pioneers in social media, Social Assurity is launching a new eLearning platform called Social Assurity University. Social Assurity University is the first eCurriculum designed for schools, students, parents and job-seekers that makes social media education positive, empowering and goal-oriented, by ...

    6. Virginia students make new gains on SATs

      Culpeper Star-ExponentSep 03 10:19 PM

      Culpeper students perform below state average in reading, math and writing

    7. An initiative intended to increase college scholarship opportunities and chances for college admission for students in Rochester Community Schools has drawn criticism from some students and district parents, but school administrators insist the process will not have a negative impact on students. Following the conclusion of the 2014-15 school year, the Rochester Community Schools Board of ...

    8. As Harvard faces a lawsuit alleging discrimination in the College’s admissions practices, University President Drew G. Faust upheld Harvard’s commitment to diversity on Wednesday and pledged “our vigorous defense of our procedures.”

    9. 8 Ways to Cut the Cost of College Visits

      The Fiscal Times via Yahoo! NewsAug 12 01:00 PM

      The end of summer is a great time for family college visits. College admissions consultants agree that campus visits are crucial. “I can’t underscore enough how important it is for students to get on college campuses,” says Robert Franek, senior vice president and publisher at The Princeton Review.

    10. Essays will get less emphasis in the admissions process at two of the region's elite schools, Swarthmore College and the University of Pennsylvania.

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