College-Prep Homeschooling: Pros and Cons of College Courses During Homeschool High School

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Professor, Author

It is not unheard of for homeschooled students to graduate from high school with enough college credits for an associate degree. Here's how to best navigate that practice. read more

College-Prep Homeschooling: What Is Taught in High School to Prepare for College

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Professor, Author

What children should be taught in high school is regulated in part by the state in which they live but is primarily driven by the knowledge and skills that colleges and universities want incoming students to have. read more

Is Your Child Ready for College? Avoid Remediation With Spring and Summer Prep

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CEO, Founder, Dianis Educational Systems, LLC

Each year, thousands of students across the nation begin their preparations for collegiate studies. As you regard your own college-bound student, there are several ways you can help ensure he or she has the best possible college experience. read more

Student-Faculty Research in the Social Sciences

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Participation in research enriches students' learning experiences, provides improved preparation for graduate school or work, and creates involved citizens who address community problems. The opportunities are countless, and students who seek out such experiences will be rewarded with both engaging work and increased career options. read more