Throughout your child’s academic career, you as a parent are inundated with acronyms – GPA, SAT, ACT. Just when you think you have a handle on the scholastic alphabet soup, you hear another one – IEP. Here we explore what an IEP is, and what might it mean for your child.
While most tutoring companies hold firm that a student needs to take a diagnostic test in order to pinpoint academic deficiencies, Club Z! has long believed that students are unique, and so are their challenges. That's why Club Z! has never required diagnostic testing for its students.
If this is a transition year for your child, moving from middle school to high school, get ready for some major changes, and most likely a few rough tides, ahead! After you've strapped on your life jacket, check out these additional tips to help you and your child weather the storm and charge on toward sunny shores.
Conventional thinking for many years suggested that students take only one of the two most common college placement exams, either the SAT or the ACT. Oftentimes this was dictated by the student’s college(s) of choice. But with nearly every post-secondary school in the nation now accepting both tests, how do you know which one to take?