Mychal Wynn is an author and educational consultant specializing in college planning, increasing student achievement, closing the achievement gap, literacy instruction, parenting, and increasing black male achievement.
Mychal Wynn
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  1. College Bound February
    01 Apr, 2018
    April 2018: College Planning Cohort News
    Author: Mychal Wynn (Northeastern '79) Editor: Mychal-David Wynn (Amherst College '13) This is it! April 1 is the final day for students to receive their college admission decisions in advance of the May 1 deadline for students to make their enrollment decision for most colleges and universities. High school seniors in our College Planning Cohort Program have been working hard to minimize the rejection letters and to maximize, not only the number of acceptance letters, but the financial aid
  2. College Bound February
    01 Mar, 2018
    March 2018: College Planning Cohort News
    Author: Mychal Wynn (Northeastern '79) Editor: Mychal-David Wynn (Amherst College '13) Failing to Plan is Planning to Fail     Students will receive many college admission decisions this month. For some institutions, over 80 percent of the letters that students will be receiving will be rejection letters. Fortunately, by matching to the right colleges and creating high quality self-presentations, most of our current cohort seniors will be accepted at over 90 percent of their colleges, proving
  3. College Bound February
    01 Feb, 2018
    February: College Planning Cohort Activities
    Author: Mychal Wynn (Northeastern '79) Editor: Mychal-David Wynn (Amherst College '13) Historically Black Colleges and Universities     February is Black History Month and represents an appropriate time to explore the impact of HBCUs in defining the postsecondary trajectories of cohort students. Our first cohort at the Turner Chapel AME Church in Marietta, Georgia was comprised of entirely African-American students. With pastor, co-pastor, youth pastor, and many members of our congregation