School leaders are urging the government to ensure A-level students who have had their exams cancelled this summer because of the Covid-19 crisis do not face further disadvantage by losing … Continue reading Concern for A-level students over cap on university admissions
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Our students, their well-being and their progression in future stages of life have been at the forefront of our thinking as we respond to this extraordinary pandemic. As an organization, … Continue reading IB statement on May 2020 DP and CP examinations
Temporary policy is a response to COVID-19 and will remain in place for one year only Photo by iStock March 25, 2020 By Doug Most With high school juniors suddenly … Continue reading BU to Make Standardized Tests Optional for Students Applying for Admission Next Year
Any child would love to have such a day to do many things he or she misses during the regular school days. To sleep more, more play time, extended TV … Continue reading No School!! An Unexpected Holiday! Then?
YES! Magazine – March 24th Edition Online An Anarchist Quaker’s Prayer to Soothe Anxiety AYU SUTRIASA What my therapist said when she closed her office because of coronavirus: “Hello sweet … Continue reading YES! Magazine – Great Resources & Digital Tools for High School Students & Teachers
Good news!!! Amazon today cancelled the subscription of books and audio stories for children and students of all ages as long as schools are closed, kids everywhere can instantly stream … Continue reading Amazon Books & Audio Streaming for Kids – FREE
From: Loop@stanfordalumni.org Subject: Cardinal binge-watching guide; financial market news; Commencement You’re in the Loop… from Stanford Alumni Association and STANFORD magazine March 24, 2020 Campus right now. … Continue reading Stanford Alumni – March 24th Loop
https://admissions.tufts.edu/blogs/inside-admissions/post/tufts-introduces-sat-act-test-optional-admissions-policy/?fbclid=IwAR07NP7dEsIgOG5JodrI2ZS4w9AIZcT6mqWgbvZ7GdVJcuBCQU-75WLpy30 Dear Friends of Tufts, I am writing my inaugural blog post to share an important update to our admissions policies here at Tufts. In light of the extraordinary circumstances … Continue reading Tufts University USA Goes Test Options for SAT / ACT Reporting for Admissions
By Trevor Rusert, Chris Reeves, Michelle Rasich, and John McLaughlin https://www.nacacnet.org/news–publications/journal-of-college-admission/recs-that-change-lives/ Over the last 70 years, we have seen significant changes in college application formats, the manner in which applications … Continue reading University Recommendations that Changed Lives: Using the Organized Narrative
From: Sara Cohen <firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Free, virtual college advising resource from Penn Dear Colleagues, For counselors or teachers who are looking for virtual college advising resources given our current moment, … Continue reading UPENN Resources for Counselors – YouTube Channel
From: ISCA at email@example.com> Subject: Adapting to New Learning Environments — A CIS Collaborative Statement Below you will find the complete text of a collaborative document released by Council of … Continue reading Adapting to New Learning Environments — A CIS Collaborative Statement for Career Counselors
https://asiapacificcda.org/resources/Documents/Newsletters/CDAA%20Career%20Development%20Works.pdf Career Development Works Research and Case Examples Use this report to persuade your local agencies to support career development services in your own community.