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SAT to Include 'Adversity Score' with Students' Results

Colleges can use the 'adversity score' to determine if the students' socioeconomic background might have made it difficult for them to get a higher SAT score.

Radnor Joins Trend Toward Later School Start Times

What's a Progressive School? How is it Different From a Traditional School?

Students in progressive schools learn through experiences and projects, often out in the community.

How to Get Your Kids Into College (Legally)

If it doesn't take money, fame or a willingness to bend the rules to get into college, what does it take?

Families That Choose a Religious School That's Not Their Faith

You don't have to be Catholic to attend Catholic school. Other religious schools also welcome all faiths.

When School Starts Later, Students Do Better, Study Says

Teens who started school later got more sleep and improved their grades.

Cyber Classes Popular at Traditional High Schools

More schools are offering online high school courses and blended classes.

Why Some Local Schools Dropped AP Classes

Students stress over AP tests prompts some high schools to back off.

How to Help Twice Exceptional Learners Succeed

Students who are gifted and have a special need, such as ADHD, can feel frustrated, but parents and schools can help them live up to their potential.

Reviving a Favorite Book

How we can connect with kids through a good book.

Teaching coding to kids

More schools are starting to teach forms of computer science to kids at a young age so they can benefit from the skills it helps them develop.

How to Spot Bullying

Figuring out whether or not your child is a victim of bullying can be a difficult task.
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