HOW TO BEST HELP YOUR CHILD TO SUCCEED IN SCHOOL

Over the course of the past decade, the concept of parent involvement in American secondary and higher education has evolved considerably, from occasional, mostly ceremonial activities for a small percentage of parents to carefully conceived and widely available...

About Eating Disorders

About Eating Disorders According to a 2004 online study conducted by Screening for Mental Health, Inc. 59.34% of students screened tested positive for symptoms of an eating disorder. Of those who scored positive, 96% were not in treatment for an eating disorder at the...

MAKING TIME FOR STUDY CAN BE A CHALLENGE

If your child is still in secondary school, you’ve probably remarked to each other how difficult it is, with today’s busy lifestyles, for him or her to actually find time to study. But study time is critical, and it gets even more important when the young...

Is the SAT Obsolete?

Until recently, it would have been heresy, and just plain bad practical advice, to tell a high school junior or senior with college aspirations not to take the SAT, especially if he or she lived on either coast of the United States. This ritual college admissions...

Other Savings Options

Other Savings Options While 529 plans may be the hottest and most flexible way to save for college, there are other, non-traditional methods which make sense in certain cases. Recent laws make saving for college via Roth IRAs a lot more favorable than in the past. All...