Colorado counselors pilot aims to increase college participation

04/22/2004 | Denver Post, The

Yesterday, Colorado Gov. Bill Owen announced the state would partner with The Princeton Review to create a pilot program providing additional college counseling specialists to three districts. The state, which ranks last in the number of college-bound students, has one counselor for every 581 students, far below the 1-to-250 ratio advocated by the U.S. Department of Education.

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