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Virtual advising doesn't affect college enrollment, study finds (Education Dive)

"Access to virtual advising services did not increase college enrollment and acceptance rates of socioeconomically disadvantaged high school students, according to a new study from researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles."—Source: Education Dive

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WHY THIS MATTERS:

It's looking more and more like most virtual interventions don't make a major impact, unless they are highly personalized and come from a trusted source.