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Need help planning for college? Here are some tips to help motivate your potential procrastinator and get her thinking about her future after high school.
Ongoing music education has been shown to help children across a wide range of criteria - including overall academic performance. What does that mean?
Ed Carroll, Executive Director of High School Programs for the Princeton Review, gives these tips on how to ace the SAT.
This agricultural organization offers kids real live examples of math and science, as well as offering career development help and scholarships to teens.
Here are some parenting tips for handling those knucklebiting months.
Learn how cyber charter schools work, and find out if they're right for your child.
There are some simple tricks for the SAT that every test taker should have that don't cost a thing. Here are some quick tips to help your teen ace the test.
It's one thing to let your teenager sleep at a friend's house, another to let them travel halfway across the world.  Is your child ready to study abroad?
Wondering what's up with financial aid for college these days? Here's what you need to know.
Does your teen need (or want) a fifth year of high school?  A parents' guide to understanding the post-graduate year.
The most daunting aspect of the college application process can be the dreaded 'personal statement.' Here's how to get your teen through it.
Some students aren't ready to start college right away, or maybe formal education just isn't for them. Either way, here are some tips to kick-start a career.
What's standing between old habits and new technologies, and how can students and teachers begin to revolutionize education using new tools?
Before you let your kid swap the blackboard for the browser screen, make sure youâre prepped for success.
Much of the world takes a 'gap year' to travel or perform national service between high school and college, but what about American students?
Taking classes online is a growing trend for students around the country. What type of student is best suited for virtual learning?
Remember those last carefree weeks of high school? If you have a kid in high school, be warned: the 'senior slump' you remember may be a thing of the past.
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