The FAFSA Completion Project is a pilot program led by the U.S. Department of Education to provide more detailed information to educators about which students have submitted a FAFSA and ultimately to increase the number of students who receive financial aid and make it college. The pilot was recently expanded to 100 school systems throughout the country. By informing educators about which students have missing information or signatures, the program provides actionable data for counselors, teachers and administrators. College Summit joined with seven other organizations to praise the effort and recommend expansion to all schools. Read the letter here.
Naviance, leading provider of measureable student success solutions for K-12, partners with College Summit to give partner schools more options.
PBS's NewsHour recently aired a segment with Judy Woodruff on the progress St. Louis Public Schools and College Summit have made in improving college-going in the city.
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