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Simple Ideas for Getting Middle Schoolers Ready for College

We've written about how it's never too early to get kids prepared for college—setting goals as early as elementary school.

This week, Jay Matthews offered some great suggestions in the Washington Post about sneaky ways to get middle schoolers on the right path. I love the simple ideas, from traveling to doing chores to supporting your kids' passions with hobbies. Check it out here.

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