|My alma mater, Carleton College, busy looking picturesque (photo credit: Pixabay)|
At any rate, many teens are in the thick of thinking about this, stressing about it, working on it, being pressured about it, or possibly not pursuing it for lack of someone to tell them they could consider it. In researching something else, I came across the Harvard College College Admissions Campaign. They are working with other colleges and universities, high schools, and others to promote some pretty amazing goals:
2. Increasing equity and access for economically disadvantaged students
3. Reducing excessive achievement pressure
It seems like public librarians might be able to do some things to help achieve these goals, even if it is being aware of resources to share with kids and parents who are freaking out! Harvard has collected several of these, too.
What do you do about the college admissions process in your library?