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Oct13
Dear Teacher: My Disabled Child Is Not Lazy

Dear Teacher: My Disabled Child Is Not Lazy

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Having an invisible disability is hard; having an invisible disability as a high school student and being scoffed at by a teacher is worse. Don’t be that teacher.

Oct09
College Application Time: Numbers and Considerations

College Application Time: Numbers and Considerations

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Have a high school senior in the house? You’re likely right in the thick of college applications, so here’s some food for thought as you go.

Sep15
Busting College Application Myths

Busting College Application Myths

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In the fall-of-senior-year panic of “must”s and “should”s, I think applying to college ends up being a lot scarier than it needs to be. Relax. You can do this!

Sep13
Free Printable Personalized Bookplates for Back-to-School

Free Printable Personalized Bookplates for Back-to-School

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The kids are back in school and we have a darling way to make sure your kids keep track of their books in style. These bookplates help ensure that textbooks and notebooks that are lent out to friends or lost come back home!

Jul10
To Redshirt or Not To Redshirt

To Redshirt or Not To Redshirt

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A mom is trying to decide whether she should hold her son back a year in preschool before sending him to kindergarten since she’s concerned he won’t be ready for the educational expectations.

Jun30
College Planning: Real Questions For College Tours

College Planning: Real Questions For College Tours

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Visiting college campuses? It’s an exciting and terrifying time. Here’s some questions to ask while you’re touring to help keep the overwhelm to a minimum.

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