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Webinar Recording: Strategies for Maximizing the High School Years

Webinar Recording: Strategies for Maximizing the High School Years
Webinar Recording: Strategies for Maximizing the High School Years Recently, I had fun helping answer questions for an Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW) webinar called "Strategies for Maximizing High School." Would you like to watch the recording? You can watch Andrew Pudewa ( Institute for Excellence in Writing ) and Woody Roberston ( CollegePlus ) as they share salient points on this important topic and answer your questions on writing, thinking, and speaking. Watch the...
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"Cramming for Tests" or "Loving to Learn"?

"Cramming for Tests" or "Loving to Learn"?
I posted a public school student's valedictorian speech on my newsletter, and it brought up an interesting question about cramming for a test. I love that speech! But now I'm concerned because we're thinking of using CollegePlus (recommended on this website). Doesn't CollegePlus do just that - train people to cram for tests and then forget? I totally see the value of getting through college in high school, but please give some input about how to...
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Community College or Homeschool College?

Community College or Homeschool College?
It's difficult to decide between community college and credit by examination.  One reader had some tremendous trouble with community  college, and was asking about CollegePlus! as an alternative. Hello Lee, I noticed you have a link to College Plus on one of your web pages. Can you tell me anything about what you think about them as an option to community college? Or what other options you are referring to when you mention Homeschool College? Two...
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