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"Researcher Laura Owen is examining a new phenomenon called “COVID Melt.” It’s a variation of “Summer Melt”—a well-established phenomenon in higher education where a significant number of high school seniors intend to enroll in college, but do not show up to campus the semester following high school graduation." Pg. 32-33
March 17, 2021
“'Summer melt' is a well-established phenomenon in higher education. The term refers to the significant number of high school seniors intending to enroll in college, but who do not show up to campus the semester following high school graduation. For students from large urban school districts, that number ranges from 21 to 50 percent."
February 25, 2021
We’re almost a year into the Coronavirus pandemic in Michigan and it has changed life for everyone. Students have had to make a lot of adjustments too. But for one high schooler in Traverse City the virus is fueling the passion for her career path...
December 2, 2020
A Utica Community Schools junior high school counselor is among 13 counselors who were selected for a program focused on post-secondary student success...
November 25, 2020
San Diego State launched the School Counselor Fellows Program in partnership with the Michigan College Access Network...