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SchoolFamily
Girls + Science, Technology, and Math = Never Too Young!

Aug 26, 2011 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Technology, School Success, Parent Involvement, High School, Extracurricular Activities, Elementary School, College

As a parent, it’s inevitable that you have those “I wish I knew then, what I knew now” moments. My oldest child is a senior in high school. Needless to say, there have been a lot of those moments recently.&n... Read more
Carol Brooks Ball
The 'Mindset' of college freshmen, for parents

Aug 24, 2011 - Posted by Carol Brooks Ball in Parent Involvement, Helicopter Parents, College, Back to School

When my son was a college freshman, I remember dropping him off at school amid the chaos of freshmen move-in-day. After we'd helped him haul all his stuff in repeated trips up three flights of stairs in the dusty old dormitor... Read more
SchoolFamily
Think About how you Define Success for Your Teenager

Jul 06, 2010 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Parent Involvement, High School, Helicopter Parents, College

This is a guest post by Sue Blaney, a nationally recognized award-winning author, speaker, and publisher dedicated to supporting parents in successfully raising teenagers. Sue specializes in communication and works with pare... Read more
SchoolFamily
How to Get Off a College's Wait-List

Apr 13, 2010 - Posted by SchoolFamily in High School, College

This guest blog is from Paul Hemphill, a private college admissions coach and financial aid specialist. He has created six DVDs and written two books about strategies that make students stand out in the college applicati... Read more
SchoolFamily
6 Critical Facts To Consider Before Applying to College

Mar 17, 2010 - Posted by SchoolFamily in High School, College

This guest blog is from Paul Hemphill, a private college admissions coach and financial aid specialist.He has created six DVDs and written two books about strategies that make students stand out in the college application pro... Read more