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Middle school is an exciting and challenging time for students and parents because it is a transition period between elementary school and high school. Many bright young students are anxious to attend high school because it is the gateway to college.
If this sounds like your child, have you considered sending them to a private middle school?
Quite a bit can be said about the benefits of private school education. In addition to having smaller campuses, 86% have less than 300 students. In addition to having smaller campuses and fewer students, private schools also have smaller classes. Each classroom teacher in a private school, for example, usually has 12.5 students.
What this means for your child is that they will receive more att (more…)
Online learning is a growing business. A 2013 report showed that more than 6 million people had taken at least one class online in the past year, and about one-third of all people enrolled in college take at least one of their classes online. There are some reasons why online courses are popular, and here […]
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Trade schools are on the rise in America, as more and more people decide that a four-year college is no longer for them and that getting a focused education path is more desirable. Factor in that the average trade school degree costs around $33,000, while traditional school can cost around $127,000, that means a lot […]