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  • Voices: Remote educational technologies open doors across the globe

    Students and teachers have so many options these days when it comes to receiving or offering supplemental education services. They used to be limited ...

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  • What to Discuss with Your Kids Before They Study Abroad

    The opportunity to study abroad is wonderful. International experiences can leave students with a sense of knowing the world...

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  • 6 Steps to Survive Your Kids' SAT Tutoring

    The college prep process starts sometime sophomore year and ends when your child opens a letter that reads “Congratulations.” This is not an easy...

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  • Navigating Your Rights as a Disabled Student in College

    Many, very capable, students happen to have a disability. I have heard reports from students that the services they receive in college are helpful...

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  • College Acceptance and Friendship: The Social Trap

    This time of year, seniors probably have their SAT scores or will be receiving them very soon. And, within a few days, most seniors will be sending out the last of...

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  • How the ACT Test is Changing

    We all know that the SAT is being overhauled in 2016 but what about the ACT? The ACT is also changing but this will begin sometime in 2015...

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  • 5 Careers with a Two-Year Degree

    Many students choose to go to a two-year college for various reasons. For example, the cost of tuition spread out over two years this less than the cost...

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  • The Waiting Game: What to do After Applications are Sent

    College applications are due December 1st. For just about every day prior to that date, high school seniors and their parents are scrambling to get everything...

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  • Coping with the Common Application College Entrance Essay

    Many students are currently writing their entrance essays on the Common Application or, at least, they are trying to write it. The advantage...

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  • How To Annotate a High School Textbook

    Textbooks for the standard high school level courses are actually more straightforward than students think. Assuming that the text is for...

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  • 5 Things Successful Students Never Say

    There are several ways in which students can be successful in high school and in college. The key to success is not one specific thing for all...

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  • 5 Traits of Successful Students

    A successful student is a person who meets the goals that they set for themselves. To be successful does not mean that they are accepted into an Ivy...

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