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    College/Career Counseling: Joining the Army
    College/Career Counseling: Joining the ArmyYoung people participating in the JROTC have a big decision to make when they graduate from high school: whether to join the Army. The Army is an excellent way to gain valuable experience, meet people fr...
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    College Alternatives
    The Army and College Education
    Joining the Army can help get you through college, but it's best to meet with a recruiter and hear all the options before you sign. ...
  • Life After High School: Top 10 Alternatives to College
    College Alternatives
    Life After High School: Top 10 Alternatives to College
    Attending college after high school isn't for everyone. Some teens choose to take a year or two off before continuing their education, while others jump right into the workforce. If your teen is looking to explore his options, check out these alt...
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    College Prep for Homeschoolers
    Teen Needs to Catch Up in High School
    At age 17, it may be easiest for a teen to go to the nearest community college or alternative high school that offers a GED program. ...
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    College Alternatives
    Can Prep School Provide Academic Motivation?
    Before sending an unmotivated student off to an expensive private school, consider some alternatives. ...
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    Tools for LD Children
    Colleges for Students with LD
    There are many opportunities available for the young adult with learning disabilities who would like to pursue studies beyond high school. ...
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    Parent/Child Relationships
    How to Live with Your Adult Child
    They're called Generation Y--the growing numbers of young adults who promptly move back home after college, or perhaps never move out at all, in an effort to save money while searching for a perfect job. Living with your grown child can be a stre...
    Lindsay Hutton
  • AAP Says Interactive Screen Time Could Be Healthy
    AAP Says Interactive Screen Time Can Be Healthy
    When it comes to screen time and kids, it isn't all bad news. The American Academy of Pediatrics offers guidelines on how to make screen time healthy and educational.
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    ADD and Higher Education
    College may not be the best choice for someone with ADD who struggles in school. Before applying, it's wise to explore what feels more interesting and exciting. ...
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    College Options for Below-Average Student
    For the determined student who is willing to work hard, there are always options for continuing your education. ...
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    Deciding on Technical College
    When your child is undecided about school, how should you proceed? ...
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    Unmotivated High-School Senior
    There is no reason to panic just because an 18-year-old does not want to go to college or get a job. Here's what you should do. ...
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    College Alternatives
    Unmotivated High-School Senior
    There is no reason to panic just because an 18-year-old does not want to go to college or get a job. Here's what you should do. ...