College enrollment is way down. How charter schools are adapting

It’s November, meaning college application season is officially underway. And after two years of stunted enrollment due to the impacts of the pandemic, high schools across Massachusetts are hoping for a recovery during the current cycle.

Some Massachusetts charter schools that specialize in college prep, in particular, are trying to adjust.

They’re redoubling efforts to check in with students: face-to-face, before and after graduation. At the same time, they’re acknowledging that college may not be the best option for many of the young people they serve.

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