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The latest tips, tricks, and education to help you get into your top college.

Adapting Perfectly: Changes to the Upcoming AP Exams

Last Updated on Apr 13, 2020 11:37:50 AM

In response to COVID-19, the College Board recently announced significant updates to content, structure, and administration for its upcoming Advanced Placement (AP) exams, with reassurances that it will continue to update school counselors, teachers, and students throughout the month of April, leading up to May’s at-home exam administration. Testing dates are May 11-15 and May 18-22, with a make-up period of June 1-5. View the schedule and content for all exams. Recognizing educational disruption as a result of school closings, College Board is also posting its own free, daily lessons covering all exam subjects.

Topics: AP Exams, Study Tips, News, Test-Prep, College Planning, College Board, APUSH

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Topics: AP Exams, Study Tips, News, Test-Prep, College Planning, College Board, APUSH

The College Search and Covid-19

Last Updated on Mar 27, 2020 1:00:00 AM
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March and April are typically busy months in the college search for high-school juniors getting started and high school seniors making final decisions. The Coronavirus Pandemic has put a halt to that process from the closing of schools to canceled campus tours and SAT tests. Last night, I joined a panel of experts through a Zoom presentation about their thoughts on how students can navigate the search during this uncertain time.

Topics: News, College Admission, College Planning, Educational-Consulting, SAT

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Topics: News, College Admission, College Planning, Educational-Consulting, SAT

Keeping Kids Busy and Productive at Home

Last Updated on Mar 19, 2020 7:56:04 AM

Looking for ways to keep your kids busy and productive at home?

Topics: News, Virtual, Coronavirus, Family Strategies, Best Practices

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Topics: News, Virtual, Coronavirus, Family Strategies, Best Practices

Score At The Top and Score Academy Renew Accreditation with AdvancED

Last Updated on Jul 6, 2017 10:00:00 AM

We did it again! The Score At The Top Learning Centers and Score Academy were recommended for renewal of their 5-Year accreditation by AdvancED.

Our schools and learning centers submitted to a rigorous re-accreditation process that involves internal and external review and evaluation. The AdvancED team, who visited each of our facilities, carefully considered how well we use a carefully crafted framework for continuous improvement.

Topics: News, Private-School

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Read About The Win For Disabled Students - Score At The Top - South Florida

Last Updated on Mar 27, 2017 11:47:30 AM

Prior to the day-before-yesterday, school districts could – and often did, with the concurrence of the courts – argue that they were fulfilling the "free appropriate public education" (FAPE) provision in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) if a non-mainstreamed student with a disability was making progress toward educational goals, however minimal that progress might be.

Topics: News, Public Schools, Special Needs, Educational-Consulting

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Topics: News, Public Schools, Special Needs, Educational-Consulting

Academic Success is Virtually Assured with One of These Top Laptops

Last Updated on Sep 15, 2013 8:53:00 AM

Laptops are almost as essential to the academic success of today's high school and college students as textbooks and teachers. Laptops give students an edge in the competitive world of higher education.They help with research, writing professional-looking papers, multi-media presentations, and interacting with teachers and other students through academic forums and chat rooms. You want your kids to do well in school--to be their best in today's world. For this, they are going to need a laptop, plain and simple.

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College Board News about a Change in AP Exam Score Reporting!

Last Updated on Apr 11, 2013 12:00:00 AM

Like many service organizations seeking to speed communications while reducing expenses, the College Board is streamlining their communication to students.
The upcoming May 2013 AP exam scores will be reported online in July, and will not be sent in the mail.

Topics: AP Exams, News

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Topics: AP Exams, News

Florida Virtual School Goes Extracurricular! - Score At The Top

Last Updated on Jul 25, 2011 12:00:00 AM

Serving as an incredible on-line resource for adding middle and high schools courses to a student’s academic program, Florida Virtual School (flvs.net)
has upped the ante! Reminiscent of the “pen pal” in the way it involves students across distances, the Florida Virtual School club may be an exciting
way for students to broaden their horizons and meet peers from around the state. Clubs are open to all FLVS school students that are active in at least one course:

Topics: Florida Public Schools, News

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Topics: Florida Public Schools, News

10 Tedx Talks that Teachers Should Watch - Score At The Top

Last Updated on Jul 12, 2010 12:00:00 AM

Do you know what TED is? TED stands for “Technology, Entertainment, and Design,” it’s a yearly meeting of people across industries to share ideas and try to make the world a better place. The link below will take you to a web page with 10 great speeches from TED that teachers should watch. The speeches touch on ideas that effect kids, from teaching them about entrepreneurialism, to learning about food, and even how kids can teach themselves. In today’s changing environment, we need to start looking at new ideas, and change the way we look at things so that our kids can grow up to be successful.

Topics: News, Tutoring, Educational-Consulting

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Topics: News, Tutoring, Educational-Consulting

South Florida community colleges face overload - Score At The Top

Last Updated on Jun 25, 2009 12:00:00 AM

By Scott Travis

Topics: News, Educational-Consulting

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