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 San Antonio Schools Evaluate Texas Tomorrow Plan 
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San Antonio Schools Evaluate Texas Tomorrow Plan
by: Patricia Hawke





Students in San Antonio Schools in 2008 will have college savings options that haven’t existed since 2003. The Texas Tomorrow II plan is a revamped version of the original state savings program that many residents in San Antonio Schools blasted as useless before it was ended in 2003.

The problem with the original plan was that it didn’t account for inflation. So San Antonio Schools families who used it as their main vehicle for college savings found themselves no better off. Governor Rick Perry announced this newer version that is based on the purchase of units. Here’s how it works.

Imagine a student in the San Antonio Schools hope to attend a decent four year college. The parents would purchase the appropriate number of units that the family can currently afford. Unlike the old plan, families don’t have to pay for 2, 4 or 5 years, but whatever they wes team up with quality mentors from inside the school and outside the school to help guide the graduate student on the right path that allows them to make the right career designs that help them get the job they have been dreaming about. Most of the outside mentors that colleges and universities utilize have the ability to continue helping the student even after their graduation. It is important to realize that a mentoring program can have tremendous benefit in a school setting or a business setting for the person that uses it.


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d98dcee3f8+Why choose a College and Career Choice now?$ by: Dustin Hubbard





College and Career sound like a long way off for the average high school freshman. But the truth is that high school freshmen need to start thinking about their college and career choice within the next year and a half. The old saying that you are in control of your destiny is very true. But in most cases a student’s destiny is on its way to fulfillment by their junior year. That is why it is so important to follow a few simple rules for your education in high school and to start your search for a college and a career early.

One tip to make your entrance into college more successful is to keep your grades up. Not only do you want to have the best grades you can from high school to college, you also want to carry good grades in college. These same good grades in college will be looked at by your future employer as well as perhaps graduate schools. Another wise tip is to visit your career center at your high school often. This is the place to help you identify your interests, evaluate your skills, assess your values and personal characteristics. Most young students do not go into college hunting with a clear defined goal for their college years or for their future career.

Whether you are a high school or college student actively looking at career


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