Resources for teachers and counselors As a teacher or counselor, you know what it’s like to be a resource for students and parents when it comes to life after high school, and you know what it’s like to feel a responsibility for helping them.
How a Bigger Purpose Can Motivate Students To Learn: A few years ago, psychologist David Yeager and his colleagues noticed something interesting while interviewing high school students in the San Francisco Bay
Summer College Programs for High School Students Can Build Confidence For many high school students, living on a college campus is an abstract, and somewhat intimidating, concept. Counselors, teachers, and pare
It’s true that on average college graduates make more over their lifetime than non-grads. However, not all majors pay you back the same amount. Here are 10 of the highest paying majors as ranked by College Fa
College’s Riley Center Helps to Change Mindset About College The College of Charleston Riley Center for Livable Communities is helping to change the mindset in South Carolina about going to college. As
A College Major Matters Even More in a Recession By CLAIRE CAIN MILLER June 20, 2014 Graduating into a recession is unlucky. The bad luck haunts young people for years, studies have shown, affecting their sa
Stasia Dozier, a rising 10th grade South Carolina GEAR UP student from Creek Bridge High School recently was awarded a Certificate of Appreciation at the South Carolina GEAR UP Superintendent Appreciation Dinne