College Access Early Awareness Toolkit
Posted by National College Access Network on July 11, 2016
Have You Seen NCAN’s Early Awareness Toolkit?
Over the past year, our graduate research assistant Liz Glaser has been researching and collecting information about early awareness strategies and programs. Early awareness programs typically begin in middle school and start the college conversation early, so students can make the right choices before high school to lead them to the college of their choice. Through research, interviews and collaboration with early awareness program administrators across the country, it became clear that such practices were increasing, but access to the tools to develop those programs was not. NCAN (National College Access Network) decided to take on that gap and connect college access programs with the tools they need to develop or enhance early awareness strategies.
Read more and access the toolkit on NCAN’s blog.
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