Thousands of high school students are receiving letters saying they’re being honored for their academic achievements by an organization that suggests it can improve a student’s chances of getting into a top-notch university. What they’re really getting is a sales pitch.
Thousands of high school students are receiving letters saying they’re being honored for their academic achievements by an organization that suggests it can improve a student’s chances of getting into a top-notch university. What they’re really getting is a sales pitch. AL SEIB Los Angeles Times file
Thousands of high school students are receiving letters saying they’re being honored for their academic achievements by an organization that suggests it can improve a student’s chances of getting into a top-notch university. What they’re really getting is a sales pitch. AL SEIB Los Angeles Times file

Academic awards for your kids are nice – unless they’re really a sales pitch

March 09, 2017 7:29 PM

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