As I See It

May 6, 2014

Near-peer college advising gives the next generation a leg up

“The public has both an economic and moral imperative to support programs like the one through which I serve at a low-income high school in Kansas City as a full-time, near-peer college adviser,” writes Jared Launius, who serves as an adviser at Winnetonka High School through the Missouri College Advising Corps.

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