Educators work to stave off 'summer melt'
from Education Week
High school counselors have long known that summer was a "crazy time" to close their doors since students can hit so many barriers before enrolling in college, said Laura Owen, an assistant professor in the department of counseling and school psychology at San Diego State University. "Counselors intuitively knew that some of their students didn't show up in the fall, but they didn't realize how pervasive the issue was."
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