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A dramatic overhaul of the federal student loan program is on the way. What does it mean for parents and students? Find out the latest on student loan reform.
If you are the parent of an autistic or other special needs child, you may never have imagined that college was a possibility. However, a college diploma may not be so far off.
Navigating the college tour: expert advice from a former Stanford University tour guide.
Teens with stellar SAT results haven't just given themselves a leg up to a great school, they've also scored themselves a publishing gig.
Here's a guide to writing a personal statement for your college applications that will rise to the top of the pile.
If you're sending a friend or family member to college this fall, celebrate with gifts designed to pamper, inspire, and protect.
Here are 7 failproof ideas for gifts to give your college-bound kid. Everything from car care kits, to personal finance guides, and favorite photos. Here's our list of the essentials every college kid needs for their dorm room and beyond.
Are expensive tutoring services really necessary for SAT success? Here are three low-cost test prep ideas to help your teen without breaking the bank.
Experts weigh in on the importance of extracurriculars for getting into a good college and for your child's own personal development.
Parenting a teenager has never been easy, but come SAT time, the road can get a little rocky. Here are some tips to help your child ace the SAT essay.
How can you help your teen avoid choking on the day of the SAT test? Here are some expert stressbusters to ease test anxiety and help your teen succeed.
Is the International Baccalaureate program right for your kid? Check out our guide to International Baccalaureate programs, or IB, to learn more.
The end of high school is approaching, and there's that looming questions: what happens next? Here's what you need to know.
What do kids need to make their college dreams a reality? Advice for parents on what to do and what not to do, in high school to help them gain admission.
Here are a few things to consider when deciding if a women's college is right for your daughter.
Here are eight eccentric college scholarships that go way beyond simply rewarding traditional academic or athletic achievement.
Studying abroad is not all fun and games. It's a big commitment and a huge responsibility. Find out if your kid is ready for the challenge.
It's no secret that teenage volunteering looks great on a college applicationâbut high school students are too busy for pure altruism. Help your teen give back and reap personal rewards with these tips.
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