For many kids, summer means pools, unstructured time, and vacation. And forgetting. Some research points to a lost of an aggregate two to three years of reading level loss due to summer regression by the time a kid hits fifth grade. The loss is most pronounced in low-income students and owes to a variety of […]
Is there some homework your child comes home with you that you can’t help with? Like, you have zero clue? You can’t even offer to Google it and do a few practice problems to jog your memory. I wrote about helping kids with homework a few weeks ago and the process we have in place to […]
The holiday season marks the halfway point of the school year for the kids and I. My response to them is literally, “GIRL! The school year is almost over.” Let me think that. Ok. lol This point of the year seems to drag the most, and it seems like everyone is ready to throw in […]
Spooky season is just around the corner! Maybe you are like me and look forward to this time of year all year! Maybe you simply enjoy suspenseful thriller stories and need a recommendation. Either way, here are a few book recommendations from me to you, guaranteed to get you in the mood for the upcoming […]
This content is sponsored by The College Board – CLEP At times, it’s felt like you were never going to get to a place where college or graduate school would be realistic. You’ve waited and bided your time. Through deployments and babies and PCS moves, you’ve been holding onto your dream. Now, finally, your […]
This content is sponsored by The College Board Nontraditional students – you know, the category that parents, veterans, anyone over the age of 25 fall into – are on the rise in colleges across the country. They bring with them some unique challenges, including childcare issues, geographic limitations, and work-school-life balance. Enter, CLEP […]
This content is sponsored by The College Board. Maybe you have delayed your education or career because of the military or children or so many other reasons. Well, now is the time to get started and invest in yourself. With 33 tests to put you on the road to your degree, The College Board – […]
Sponsored by The College Board | When I was a new college freshman, the wisest piece of advice that I received was to “test out” of as many required classes that I could, a move that would save me money in the long run.