While carrying its own challenges, working from home—whether for yourself or for an employer remotely—is rewarding.
Which colleges and universities accept CLEP credit? Here's a short (but long) list of universities and their CLEP policies.
We all struggle to get out of the holiday blues and back into the routine come January.
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Hobbies may seem like a trivial issue; you might think a hobby can’t affect that much change in a teen’s life. But in their health, their development of personal interests, and in shaping their future, a hobby could change everything.
In this final episode of Today’s Homeschool Teen's pilot podcast season, Jeannie Fulbright shares about learning disabilities, teaching your kids to study independently and motivating your teens.
Helping your homeschool teen thrive in their math studies is an art that requires flexibility, sensitivity, and a lot of imagination. If you want to inspire a love of math in your teen, take a look at our five teaching tips that can help take the stress out of your homeschool classroom.