Category Archives: college

We Don’t Need No Age Segregation

I let my teenaged son meet up with middle-aged guys he met online. Here’s why. Continue reading

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Without (or Beyond) College: 22 Tools For Success

22 resources to help you create the life of your dreams, with or without college. Continue reading

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Better Test Scores Don’t Lead To Success

Higher test scores DON’T lead to greater success for individual students. Better test scores also DON’T lead to greater success in global competitiveness. Continue reading

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School ADD Isn’t Homeschool ADD

How a child diagnosed with ADD suffers in school and flourishes when homeschooled. Continue reading

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Emphasis On Testing Cheats Everyone

Standardized tests don’t promote later success in career advancement, leadership, or other accomplishments. Tests also do not promote national competitiveness. Why do we push testing? Continue reading

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