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S2, E2: Timing college for LD teens: When to pause and when to jump in?
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Season 2, Episode 2: November 2021
Timing college for LD teens: When to pause and when to jump in?

For students who learn differently, figuring out whether college fits in their post-high school plans isn’t cut-and-dried. Students and families must make real choices about their after-high school plans, and planning for where and when to try college is crucial. You’ll meet a student who went through the process this summer.

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