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In 'Never Too Late,' Finally, A Guide For Adults Going To College

Source: LA Johnson

There are hundreds of books about picking the best college. But let's face it: Most of them are written for high schoolers. In reality, 40 percent of college students are 25 or older — well out of high school — and many have kids, full-time jobs or both. (We've written about this before.)

Now, a new book by Rebecca Klein-Collins offers advice and guidance for the adult student looking to go to college.

"There are hundreds if not thousands of colleges out there that are really not designed for the adult learner," Klein-Collins says. "So someone who is a busy working person shouldn't really waste a moment

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