I've noticed when it comes to my special needs child, that word comes up a lot. People assume that being in public school will "cure" my child. Quite often my child catches on faster than I do about who is a good person to talk to and who isn't. So while I'm stuck listening to a lecture, my child has already skeedaddled off to politely ask to pet an octogenarian's dog or to play peekaboo with a baby. Invariably, the self-righteous lecturer completely misses what my child is doing.
Let's talk about how to make that final decision about what college to attend.
Sometimes it's REALLY easy to make a decision. It's easy when the teen loves the college, and the parent has figured out a way to make it affordable. Other times it can be EXTREMELY difficult! When the cost is similar, and the universities both have compelling
Let me explain how cookies improve test scores! To choose the best high school test for your child in just 3 easy steps, begin with the time-honored cookie strategy. It's important that you do one step a day - do not double-up. These steps may be separated by one week.
1) Take a sample SAT at home – timed, in the
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My Gold Care Club member Anne takes her laptop into the laundry room, and listens to my classes while folding laundry .
Anne said, "You make folding laundry so much more fun , now!"
Funny thing... I mentioned about Anne folding laundry in my online class the other night, and she was in the class with me! So they next day