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Can High School Counseling Be Afrocentric?

By ScholarPrep Nation / June 19, 2023 / 0 Comments

High school counseling should do more than simply offer academic support. There are over 33,957 school counselors at work in the United States. The question is, how many of them are doing high school counseling in an Afrocentric manner? ScholarPrep Nation is here to support anti-racist education, including school leaders and school counselors who recognize […]

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3 Easy Ways to Empower a First-Generation College Student

By ScholarPrep Nation / February 13, 2023 / 0 Comments

The college application process must finally become demystified. Even the savviest of family members can feel a sense of confusion when helping their young ones fill out applications. Instead, all high school students should have equal access to higher education. It goes without saying that any first-generation college student needs all the help they can […]

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Should We Teach Black History More Than Once a Year?

By ScholarPrep Nation / January 2, 2023 / 0 Comments

African-American life, tradition, and history should be a cause for constant celebration and introspection. Instead, the Black history conversation only happens once a year in schools. Black History Month won’t suffice. African-American history should be an integral part of the curriculum all year round. The Village Method is a culturally affirming after-school program that supports […]

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