Online students love the comfort and convenience of learning at home (or in the car or at the corner café!).
For high school juniors and seniors, springtime means college entrance exam time. Scores from the ACT and SAT are the current measure for student acceptance for many U.S. colleges and universities. In recent years, admissions policies have started including other student records and talents in more of a holistic application process. [Read more…]
You know the situation.
Your teen comes to you with a calculus problem or a grammar question or a science equation. He's frustrated and can't figure it out. You haven't done homework problems like this in 20 to 30 years. You're at a loss. You might even have that deer-in-the-headlights look. [Read more…]
It's time to fight those dreary after-Christmas blues.
It's hard, for sure, after a vacation from homework to get back into the learning groove (both for parents and students). Even if you only had a few days off for the holidays, the change in your student's schedule can be enough to throw everything out of whack. [Read more…]
It’s nearly the end of October! You know what that time means. Yes, it’s about mid-semester time. You’ve officially made it through half of your semester courses and a quarter of the way through your full-year courses.
Truly, the first four to six weeks of your courses are the most important, and you’ve made it through them. By now you should be in a rhythm of studying, class work, and help from your teacher. [Read more…]