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What is a 2+2 College Program?

Some students are choosing 2 plus 2 programs. questions & answers
Across the country, 2+2 programs are becoming increasingly popular. You may have come across the term during your college prep, but what exactly does it mean? Is a 2+2 program right for you? Community College to a 4-Year Institution Simply put, a 2+2 program is attending a community college for two years, then transferring to …
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What Is A “Carnegie Classification?”

A Carnegie Classification is mainly used for educational and research purposes in order to identify groups of comparable institutions. questions & answers
‘Carnegie Classification’ is the shortened version of ‘Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education’. The classification, for educational and research purposes, identifies groups of comparable institutions. History of the Carnegie Classification Created in 1970, the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education published for the first time in 1974. Its main aim was to create a …
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What Is An Alternative (Or Non-Traditional) High School?

Should you consider sending your student to an alternative high school? questions & answers
Alternative, or non-traditional, high schools are special schools. They provide a learning experience completely different from those provided by traditional means. This is a rather broad explanation, however. Within this definition, there can be significant variations from one school to another. There is no one thing that differentiates alternative schools from traditional schools. Some may …
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What Are “Hidden Ivies?”

What are hidden ivies? questions & answers
You’ve heard of the Ivy League Schools (Harvard, Yale, Princeton, etc), but have you ever heard of the “Hidden Ivies?” Here’s a rundown of what that phrase means, how it pertains to your college applications, and how they compare to Ivy League Schools. What Are The “Hidden Ivies?” The Hidden Ivies are schools that are …
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