118: Help Frustrated Kids with Math Homework in a Common Core World

25 Jul

Now that the Common Core curriculum is more wide spread in the United States, kids are learning math in ways very different than their parents, tutors, and coaches originally learned it.  This is causing some frustration around kitchen tables around … Read More »

117: How to Make Your Social Media College and Job Ready

18 Jul

Colleges are increasingly checking out students’ online social media profiles to decide whether they are worthy of admission into their schools. How college and job ready is your social media presence? Megan shares some stories, tips and tricks about how … Read More »

116: How to Have Meaningful College Visits in the Summer

11 Jul

Just because it’s summer and students aren’t on campus doesn’t mean that you can’t have a rich, meaningful college visit. In fact, summer is one of the most practical times for families to visit colleges around the country, as a … Read More »

115: How Many Alerts Should You Allow on Your Teen’s Devices?

4 Jul

In our tech-oriented lifestyles, pop-ups and notifications are common experience on all our devices, from phones to computers. So common, in fact, that we all tolerate them more than we should, to the detriment of our increasingly fractured ability to … Read More »