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CLEP and SAT Subject Tests

MAY 29, 2015 – Our mission is to educate students to be lifelong learners who are able to read and think thoughtfully on their own—skills that are fundamental to later success in college and beyond. 290 more words

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Planning for College: Is it too Early?

Believe it or not it is never to early to plan for college. With inflation comes higher college expenses and as a country as we increase academically college admission will become more competitive. 317 more words

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Why is SAT Prep So Expensive?

I should be up front: there’s not really a good answer to this question. The truth is definitely more complex than what I’m going to talk about here. 499 more words

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Test Prep: Strategies That Worked For Us

I know we are now finished with the standardized test season. Everybody is probably ready to move on, and forget about it until next year. I would like to take just one post to reflect on what worked in my classroom, what helped my students be more successful, or at least less frustrated, on the tests. 385 more words

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GOOD NEWS About PARCC Testing in 2015-16!!!

The PARCC Governing Board just issued a press release stating some sensible, good news:

“On May 20, 2015 the PARCC governing board voted to:

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Leveraging Character to Improve Academic Performance

As the owner of Nashville Learning Center I can truly say that I have been placed in situations with some of the most intellectual, friendly and helpful people. 575 more words

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Should Parents Help with Homework?

An article in yesterday’s Boston Globe about homework caught my eye.  Its subtitle is “Should parents nag, assist, or ?”

I once ran an after-school  homework club for students. 329 more words

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