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Do you have a teen who is nearing the college application process? If you have a high school student, you may be thinking about which application would be best for them to use. Today there are many different ones and, depending on the schools your student chooses to apply to, they may

College Applications
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What counts as a high school credit when you are homeschooling and how many credits should you award? Can middle school classes appear on a homeschool high school transcript? Farrar, Jill, and Suji offer their experiences and suggestions in our third Simplify MuseCast. Credits: Soundtrack:

College Applications, Homeschooling
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By Farrar Williams Not sure how to go about choosing a curriculum or textbook? You won’t always get it right. Even seasoned homeschoolers buy the wrong curriculum sometimes. However, you can try! Here are some useful things to consider as you think things through.

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Are you homeschooling a child with intense passions? Does your child beg to spend more time on music, design, drawing, dance, math, making, creative writing, robotics, or obsessed with another passion? How do you manage time for passion projects while also ensuring that school subjects are done for the day? Join host muse

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By Farrar Williams Socialization is a hot button issue in homeschooling circles. Even with homeschooling becoming more and more mainstream, it’s still one of the things that new and prospective homeschoolers ask about first. It’s also still the thing most likely to trigger a defensive reaction from the homeschool community.

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