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College Hope for Dyslexics

College Hope for Dyslexics
A mother wrote to ask me about suggestions for dyslexia.Most of my work is focused on helping parents homeschool through high school and working toward college preparation, so I don't have specific recommendations about dyslexia.  I can give you some GREAT news though!  I go to college fairs all the time with my business, and I can tell you that there are colleges who love and value dyslexic students.  Colleges that have great scholarships available to...
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"Latest and Greatest" vs. "Tried and True"

I'm going to write a short article about this in my next newsletter, but I can't resist mentioning it here as well.  Here is an example on how to save money on curriculum.Latest and Greatest: Exploring Creation with Biology 2nd Edition Full Course on CD-ROMFor $50 you can buy the latest and greatest version of this popular curriculum.Tried and True: Exploring Creation With Biology - 1st EditionFor only $8, you can buy the original Exploring Creation...
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Guest — Lee
Hi Christy, I think it helps to focus on that phrase you used "award winning curriculum." So many of the things we pass over may ... Read More
Wednesday, 16 July 2008 06:22
Guest — Christy
Yes. I use TOG as our main curriculum. They are in the process of redesigning it, which is great. The redesign is much more user f... Read More
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