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Is Test Optional for You?

While ½ of America’s universities have gone test optional, the issue is far more complex than it seems.

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Finding that Perfect Match: How to Evaluate an Online School

Last Updated on Jul 15, 2020 11:09:00 AM

Covid-19 has roiled our lives – and permanently changed education. Even assuming that school systems institute changes that make a return to classroom instruction safer, what does “safer” mean? It certainly does not mean “safe.”

And if one can get past subjecting students to the relative risk of contagion on returning to schools and classrooms, exactly how rules on testing, social-distancing, and mask-wearing will be promulgated and enforced are completely open questions.

Topics: College Counseling, Score Academy, Homeschool Support, VirtualSchool, ScoreTips

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Topics: College Counseling, Score Academy, Homeschool Support, VirtualSchool, ScoreTips

Coronavirus-itis: How to Keep Kids in Learning Mode

Last Updated on Mar 24, 2020 9:41:18 AM

Social Distancing is the newest term in everyone's vocabulary. The health situation has changed – and continues to change – at such a rapid pace that it’s hard to know which end is up.  One of the biggest areas where families are experiencing this transformation is in the education of their children.  Even those who have chosen to homeschool are not used to the newly mandated isolation. We find ourselves in uncharted territory. All of a sudden, millions of kids are at home, and many parents do not know what will happen with their child's learning for the last quarter of this school year. Despite the unknowns, it’s important to remember that this unprecedented transformation is temporary, and, indeed, manageable. As a homeschool mom for 13 years, I have some tips and suggestions about scheduling, organization, and connections to help handle this new way of learning.

Topics: Homeschool Support, Virtual, Coronavirus, Best Practices, Homeschool Tips

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Topics: Homeschool Support, Virtual, Coronavirus, Best Practices, Homeschool Tips

How FL Home-Schooled Students Get Involved in High School Athletics

Last Updated on Feb 25, 2020 4:24:36 PM

Yes, it’s possible, with some provisos, for home-schooled students in Florida to participate in high school athletics and other related activities under the auspices of the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA). Those sport/activities include basketball, soccer, golf, tennis, baseball, cross country, football, swimming, track, volleyball, archery, fencing, wrestling, cheer, and band.

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