School guidance counselors across North Dakota are training to use new college-preparation software that will be deployed in all of the state's public middle and high schools this fall, as part of a deal reached in June between the software's provider, Bridges Transitions Inc., and Student Loans of North Dakota (SLND), a division of the Bank of North Dakota.

Purchased for the state by SLND, the Bridges Guidance Central software bundle is being provided free of charge to all North Dakota students and parents. The contract calls for Guidance Central to be installed at 225

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