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College Cost Infographic

College Cost Infographic
This infographic has some interesting information about college. Scroll down and look at the college majors with the highest unemployment.  Compare that to the starting pay for some of those college majors. These are good details to know when you are looking at the cost of college.Will your child get a job?Can your child earn enough to pay off college debt?Our children don't always understand the long-term consequences of college debt, and we need to help...
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When was that graphic made? It looks accurate for about 2007, at least for computer science! My husband used to earn about what ... Read More
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Sinking Homeschoolers Feeling the Squeeze

Sinking Homeschoolers Feeling the Squeeze
Do you feel like you are SINKING? Are you feeling the squeeze? Do you feel like you are SINKING? Are you feeling the squeeze?Many homeschoolers are sinking financially.  You know, SINK – single income, numerous kids!My family functioned on a single income, so when we started thinking about college for two boys, we knew we’d have to come up with some creative ways to fund it. I spent a lot of time researching scholarships, and developed...
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Daughter Says Mom is Best Teacher Ever!

Daughter Says Mom is Best Teacher Ever!
When you look back on your homeschool experiences, what stories will you tell?  Donna shares about her homeschool, explaining how her daughter chose a career and took a gap year.  She says that her daughter did THANK her for homeschooling her - as many children do, after they grow up.Thank you for your resources. As I had explained back in September when I joined (The Gold Care Club) that we were heading to the states for...
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Flu is Everywhere so Plan Ahead!

Flu is Everywhere so Plan Ahead!
Have you been hearing in the news that it's a bad flu year?  I'm just getting over it myself! They are saying that this is one of the worst flu seasons in years.  As a nurse, I can't help but urge you to be prepared.  When you are faced with flu season, please plan ahead for your homeschool!Plan ahead!Do you have Tylenol on hand?  Make sure you have chicken noodle soup, lots of juices available, and...
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More Encouraging Posts

  • 3 Writing Prompts for Course Descriptions

    Some colleges say they don't need homeschool course descriptions for admission, but most colleges will request or appreciate course descriptions. (Spoiler alert: writing prompts to follow!) Some colleges might even require them. A wise homeschool parent will maximize scholarships by writing homeschool course descriptions for the core classes, electives, and delight directed learning credits that their homeschooled student earn..

    A student's homeschool high school record is the

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  • Teach Note Taking While Homeschooling High School

    Note taking skills can really help your children become successful in college and career. And, it's a pretty easy class to teach.

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    Research shows that physical pencil to paper note taking can increase the comprehension of the material

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  • How to Write a Cover Letter for Your Transcript

    Usually a transcript cover letter is a simple introduction provided when sending homeschool records. It might introduce the student, explain the records, describe major issues or anything unusual. The cover letter should always highlight the positives, and put a positive spin on anything encountered.

    How to Write a Cover Letter for Your Transcript

    A Transcript Cover Letter Will Explain Craziness

    While many parents have nothing important to say in

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  • Digging Into College Statistics (and what they tell you!)

    When you are looking at different colleges, spend some time digging into college statistics before you visit a campus. College statistics may look like little numbers on a page, but the can indicate HUGE differences between colleges - and can explain how some colleges appear "cheap" while others look more like a good investment. 

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Lee has three core beliefs about homeschooling: homeschooling provides the best possible learning environment; every child deserves a college-prep education whether or not they choose to go to college, and parents are capable of providing a superior education to their children. Lee does not judge your homeschool or evaluate your children. Instead, she comes alongside to help and encourage parents homeschooling high school.

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