NACAC in the News

NACAC in the News 

The Chronicle of Higher Education: Immediate Past President Stefanie Niles and NACAC members Robert J. Massa and Youlonda Copeland-Morgan discuss creating equity in college admission. (Jan. 28)

KCET: NACAC member Lynda McGee discusses student-to-counselor ratios in Los Angeles. (Jan. 31)

Palo Alto Online: NACAC member John Raftrey offers a thank you to counselors for National School Counseling Week. (Feb. 3)

The New England Board of Higher Education Journal: Former Board Director Bob Bardwell writes about the need for more school counselors. (Feb. 3)

The Hechinger Report: NACAC CEO Joyce Smith speaks at the Center for Enrollment Research, Policy and Practice (CERPP) conference on restoring public trust in the college admission process. (Feb. 4)

Education Dive: NACAC research on student activism is cited in this piece. (Feb. 5)

Inside Higher Ed: NACAC CEO Joyce Smith comments on a new EAB study about admission tactics after recent changes to the Code of Ethics and Professional Practices. (Feb. 6)

dotEDU: In this podcast episode, NACAC CEO Joyce Smith looks back at her 30-year career at NACAC, how admissions counselors work to support students and families, and the importance of transparency, along with the Varsity Blues scandal and the association’s antitrust settlement with the Justice Department. (Feb. 10)

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