Tag: parents and students

Helping Your Indecisive Teen With the College Search

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Content Marketer, ValuePenguin.com

The college search is a huge process with a lot of choices for students to make. Here's how to guide your teen to informed decisions when looking at schools. read more

Understanding Learning Differences and What Services Colleges Offer

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Freelance Writer

For parents of children with learning disabilities, here's what you should know about services colleges provide and what your student needs for individual support. read more

How to Team Up With Your Teen on the College Search

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Freelance Writer

You know you want to help your child with their college search, but what can you do? Here's how you can help your student throughout this process. read more

4 Ways to Help Your High School Senior Prepare for College

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Freelance Writer

Your high school senior will be off to college before you know it. Here's how you can assist them during their last year of high school. read more

4 Ways to Help Your High School Junior Prepare for College

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Freelance Writer

Junior year is when college planning kicks into high gear. Check out these four tips to help your teen prepare for the whole process. read more

4 Ways to Help Your High School Freshman or Sophomore Prepare for College

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Freelance Writer

Think it's too early to talk to your freshman or sophomore about college? Certainly not! Here are four ways to help your student start thinking about the future. read more

How to Help a Reluctant Student With College Plans

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Freelance Writer

High school is when college conversations begin in earnest, but sometimes students don't readily engage. Here's how parents can help get the ball rolling. read more

11 Tips to Help Your Teen Transform Failing Grades Into Academic Success

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CEO, Founder, Dianis Educational Systems, LLC

A few scholastic tips to help your student turn academic failure into success. read more

4 Ways to Help Manage Your Teen's High School Stress

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English Tutor, TutorNerds

This may come as no surprise to parents of teenagers, but students between the ages of 15 and 18 experience excessive amounts of stress...perhaps more so now than ever before. read more

4 Tips for Families to Maximize College Affordability

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Principal, CollegeAffordability.com

For families looking for ways to cut college costs, it's important to think outside the box. Here, an expert on college affordability shares some of his strategies. read more