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If you’ve not had a child head off to college, chances are you don’t know what “Expected Family Contribution” (EFC) stands for. Yet with the rising costs associated with earning a college degree, it’s important that you understand both what it means, and how it’s calculated. Below we provide some resources for calculating yours, so that you have a better feel for the true “out-of-pocket” cost for your student’s college education.
Categories: Student 2 Student Programs Worldwide, Transition to College, Transition to College
Most parents have times when they wonder . . .
. . . Is their child on-track with their learning?
. . . Is their child participating?
. . . Does their child have friends at school?
Unfortunately, too many parents feel they need to wait until a formally scheduled meeting, such as Parent-Teacher Conferences, before they can discuss these concerns with their student’s teacher(s).
Categories: Moving to a New School, Your Child's Ages & Stages, Student 2 Student Programs Worldwide
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