The ACT remains, as it has since 2010, the more popular of the two standardized college entrance exams. The recently redesigned SAT, however, appears to be making inroads
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Often considered a rite of passage, a teen’s first summer job is not only a way to earn money, but to gain skills that will position him or her for future success.
Throughout elementary school, Alexis was a star of her community swim team. But after she got her period, she didn’t like the way her figure started to change. She
With college application deadlines looming, high school seniors are confronting what to many is the most dreaded component – the essay or personal statement. “
As tough as it was for me to finish all 13 episodes of the controversial Netflix series “13 Reasons Why,” released last spring, my 20- and 23-year-old daughte
A few short years ago, you and your daughter had an unbreakable bond. You hung out in your jammies watching the latest Disney Channel movie. You snuggled under the covers
My 12-year-old daughter came from school and announced that she was the ONLY one staying home for spring break this year. She went on to tell me how bored she would be, h
Moms like to brag about their kids. It’s a given. It starts with how long the mother labored and how much her baby weighed. It moves on to the first tooth, earliest
Your child is 16, has passed the driving test and clutches his newly minted driver’s license in hand. You have lectured him about being safe on the road. No texting
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