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?
Now that summer is over and students are heading back to school, it’s time to start preparing for the academic grind. For many, it can be a struggle to change from a leisurely mindset back to being more focused; but getting off to the right start can make a big difference in whether or not you have a successful school year. One of the best ways to help you get on the right track is to establish and maintain good study habits. We have compiled a list of 5 effective study habits that can help you prepare and succeed in the upcoming school year.
In our 10 Hottest Careers Spotlight series, we focus on high demand, high earning potential careers for your students to consider. This month's focus: Nursing.