New Mexico bill would force students to apply to college

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New Mexico bill would force students to apply to college

High school seniors John King, second from right, Ashley Zapata, second from left, and Felicity Sealy, left, listen as English and college-preparation teacher Rhonda Gardner leads a discussion about how to adjust to the academic, financial and social pressures of collegiate life on Thursday in Santa Fe.

New Mexico bill would force students to apply to college

High school seniors John King, second from right, Ashley Zapata, second from left, and Felicity Sealy, left, listen as English and college-preparation teacher Rhonda Gardner leads a discussion about how to adjust to the academic, financial and social pressures of collegiate life on Thursday in Santa Fe.

New Mexico bill would force students to apply to college

English and college-preparation teacher Rhonda Gardner, bottom, leads a discussion about how to adjust to the academic, financial and social pressures of collegiate life for high school seniors at the Academy for Technology and the Classics in Santa Fe.

New Mexico bill would force students to apply to college

High school seniors Ben Shelton, right, and Myles Willis, second from right, listen to to a class discussion about how to adjust to the academic, financial and social pressures of collegiate life, in Santa Fe. Students at the Academy for Technology and the Classics pubic charter school are required to apply for admission to at least four colleges.
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