Advisers work to put Wash. state students on path to college

Middle and high schools in some Washington state school districts are adding college-prep advisers as part of an effort by the College Success Foundation to help students stay on a track to further their education. The advisers work individually with students, pair high-school seniors with a mentor from the community, lead weekend visits to colleges, assist students with scholarships and help them choose colleges.

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