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What’s new at Buckley Ed?

Hi everyone!

Reviewing my website is not one of my most favorite tasks, yet in the era of technology, what better way to communicate what’s new at Buckley Ed?  I’ve decided to use this forum to communicate ideas, thoughts, musings, and updates with the educational landscape.  Topics abound in the media and in general conversation, and I’d like this forum to be one full of conversation and embedded with discourse about the issues related to the world of learning, growing and seeking the ‘best fit’ educational setting.

So, what’s new at Buckley Ed?

In 2012 through 2014, Buckley Ed was in growth mode.  I, as the sole owner, hired staff to provide ethical and expert advice.  In 2015, I made the decision to scale back as I missed the time spent with families and students.  In 2016, I am working with students and their families on a multitude of educational placements ranging from elementary to high school, day to boarding and college to gap programs.  I am fortunate to have two associates working for me and in the course of the future blogs, I will share their expertise, and backgrounds.

During the next few months, I’ll be holding Monthly College Conversations in my Burlingame Avenue office.  If you’re interested in joining, space is limited, so drop me an email at info@buckleyedgroup.com if you’d like to join the ‘conversation’.  Topics include:  What’s Happening in the UC Admission Process?, How does the CSU Admit Students if an Essay Isn’t Required? and Colleges That Change Lives ~ An Overview of Small Colleges.

Looking forward to the ongoing conversations in the weeks and months ahead!

Jean Marie