Two articles look at how easy it is for students' path to college to be derailed by issues of paperwork. The Democrat and Chronicle looks at a Rochester 18-year-old from the Dominican Republic who can't show a birth certificate or proof of her mother's death a decade ago, and who is being held up from getting into college as a result. (After the article ran, she received help clearing up the problem.) The Sun Sentinel reports on a private high school that -- out of dispute over a work-study obligation -- will not release the transcript of a student who needs it to enroll at a university that accepted him.
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