• We all want our child to become the best, the most, he or she can be. What 8 things can you do now, to prepare your middle-schooler  for college? According to Jay Matthews, education columnist  for the Washington Post, the answers do not require a college education on your part, or a lot of money. They do;  however, require an investment of time, and interest.

    Start now!  Read what Jay has to say in ”8 Subtle Ways to Prepare Middle Schoolers for College”.

    http://voices.washingtonpost.com/class-struggle/2011/02/8_sneaky_ways_to_ready_middle.html

    AVID, (Advancement via individual determination) is a college readiness program designed to help your middle-schooler become more organized, and to become a better student through 4 main strategies.WICR-(writing, inquiry, collaboration and reading). Read more at www.avid.org

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