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Posts tagged with: College Readiness

Alex I think the gap year programs are highly sort of underutilized. What do you think about the gap year program?  Rana I think the gap year program is right for a lot of kids. I think sometimes parents are...
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Alex I’m joined today by Rana Slosberg. In addition to a Bachelor of Science degree in systems engineering from New York University, Rana has an independent educational consultant certificate from University of California, Irvine. She established her organization, Slosberg College...
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There are many challenges parents of college students face, but we've prepared tips and strategies to help you both have a smooth transition....
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Alex Of the skills you teach now, which do you think are going to be most applicable to college students in five to ten years from now?  Dale Well, I’m all about time management and planner, so I think that’s...
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Alex What do you think makes transition into higher education so difficult? And do you notice any patterns with kids that struggle to make it okay? Dale  I think it really starts at home. I think the way that we’ve...
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Dale So my first actual meeting with the student, I give them a survey that kind of lets me know where they are now with their habits and helps me figure out what I really need to focus on. Because...
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Alex In the last episode, we considered the support structures for students with IEPs, 504s, and the like in college. This episode we’ll extend the concept of support to the general student population. What are the best ways to support...
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Thinking you won't be able to survive the upcoming exams? Well, think again! With these tricks, you'll surely be able to do so and then some!...
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The steps you take now can make or break your college experience. Here’s how to get ready for college while in high school. ...
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There’s something of suicide in living in New England. Minus a hiatus of about two years, I’ve been in New England my whole life, and every winter the same thought occurs to me. The first inkling of dread comes in...
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