Districts aim to keep aspiring college students on track

07/6/2014 | ABC News

Districts nationwide are doing more to help students avoid "summer melt" -- a time between high-school graduation and college when aspiring college students are at risk of abandoning their plans for higher education. Some schools host drop-in counseling centers for such students, and others have launched text-message campaigns to help keep students on track.

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