College funding, when done right, is about much more than just writing the check.

To plan comprehensively for college, a family should consider how to get accepted at the best possible schools and to create a customized strategy for finding the right fit, how to maximize both need and merit-based aid, and of equal importance, how affording a college education for your child(ren) fits within the context of a comprehensive financial plan.

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The History of Black History Month

Crimson Education is kicking off Black History Month with some historical lessons on how the celebration came into existence, and why it is still relevant today. The Beginning The emergence of Black History Month dates back to the summer of 1915, when Carter G. Woodson traveled from Washington D.C. to Chicago, Illinois to celebrate the…

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