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Technology is becoming increasingly ubiquitous in schools and classrooms, but virtual courses still have some stigma attached. For some students, this translates to concerns about getting into the college of their choice. But, if the same thoughtful schedule planning and effort are put in as required for traditional classroom students, virtual students can actually be at an advantage. Here are six tips to share with your virtual high school students as they go through the college application process.
Between the student debt crisis, admissions scandals, and colleges buying student data to boost exclusivity, there’s a lot to dive into when it comes to higher education. In this week’s edition of the EdNews Round Up, explore topics centered around issues faced by higher education institutions, students, and graduates.
Students taking the ACT next year will have the option to retake individual sections of the college entrance exam instead of the entire exam, making it easier for students applying to college to submit a higher score. But, some are wondering if this will provide an unfair advantage to students with means to take the exam multiple times and cultivate a higher superscore than their peers who can only afford to test once. Read more on this topic, Harvard’s admission process, the value of homework, and more in this week’s EdNews Round Up.
What are some things that you as a parent can do with your child without completely taking over the college admissions and selection process? Here are some tips on how parents can support their child as he or she makes this significant decision about his or her academic future.