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We know how important it is to support your student through their educational journey – from primary/secondary school to college, trade school or the job market.  Your student will need your guidance, encouragement, and input each step of the way, even if they don’t ask for it!  We have compiled these educational resources that we have found very helpful in navigating some of the challenges commonly faced by students and families. 

Educational Planning Resources

Stuck Improving: Racial Equity and School Leadership

Decoteau J. Irby

An incisive case study of changemaking in action, Stuck Improving analyzes the complex process of racial equity reform within K–12 schools.

The Ultimate College Scholarship Book 2023

Gen and Kelly Tenabe

This book is awesome! This guide provides information on 1.5 million scholarships, grants, and prizes is easily accessible in this revised directory with more than 300 new listings

The Black Family's Guide to College Admissions

Timothy Fields and Shereem Herndon-Brown

This is a must-have for black families! In this guide, the authors discuss the unique concerns for black families not usually addressed by school counselors or other resources.

How Do Students With Disabilities Get Accommodations At College (webinar)

Elizabeth C. Hamblet

In this video, reasonable accommodations expert Elizabeth C. Hamblet shows students what they can expect.

Transitioning to College: A Guide For Students With Disabilities

Elizabeth C. Hamblet

School personnel, parents and high school students with disabilities will all benefit from this six-page, quick-reference laminated guide

From High School To College: Steps to Success for Students With Disabilities

Elizabeth C. Hamblet

The leading resource for preparing students with disabilities for postsecondary education.

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The Fiske Guide to Colleges

Edward B. Fiske

The Fiske Guide to College is a staple among college admissions handbooks!

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Who Gets In and Why

Jeff Selingo

The author, Jeff Selingo, has worked in admissions at three highly-selective colleges, and offers an insider's view on how admissions decisions are made. Worth the read!

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