The college rejection letter

When you talk to high school juniors, many of them have college on the brain. And that’s great because college offers the world to our children by offering knowledge, experiences, and training for each person to begin to craft a meaningful life. Some kids are emotionally, intellectually, and socially prepared. Some are not. Some have been thinking about their dream school since fifth grade, others have been trailing in the footsteps of their parents, and others merely complicit with their parents hopes for a prestigious education and all the successes these matriculations have been hyped up to imply. Bleary eyed guidance counselors corral juniors and their parents into meetings with important messages – often unheeded – and scores of parents…
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