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Options for 2020-2021

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Is Test Optional for You?

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

IEPs and 504 Plans: What are They and Which is Better?

Last Updated on Feb 25, 2020 8:46:03 AM

While there are some similarities between Individualized Education Plans (IEPs) and 504 Plans, which is better depends on circumstances. Let’s look at a comparison.

Topics: Special Needs, 504 Plan, ADHD, IEP, LD

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Topics: Special Needs, 504 Plan, ADHD, IEP, LD

Teens in Crisis, Desperate Parents, Wilderness, & Therapeutic Programs

Last Updated on Sep 8, 2019 8:01:00 AM

What are parents to do when they’re tried everything – but nothing’s worked – and they’re at their wit’s end because their children are involved with drugs, alcohol, depression, anxiety, school refusal, defiance, promiscuity, cutting, and/or serious eating disorders, among others?

Topics: Special Needs, Therapeutic Programs, Wilderness Therapy, Podcast

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Topics: Special Needs, Therapeutic Programs, Wilderness Therapy, Podcast

Overcoming Asperger’s - Score At The Top

Last Updated on Jun 20, 2017 10:00:00 AM

With three decades of educational guidance, Score At The Top has had thousands of success stories. Each month we choose one story to share in hopes that it will inspire others. 

Topics: Special Needs, Tutoring

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Topics: Special Needs, Tutoring

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

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