1. How to Put Multiple Children Through College Simultaneously

    Brother and Sister OutsideSaving for college is no easy feat even for just one child. Paying for more than one college education simultaneously can really break the bank. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the average annual cost for college tuition, room and board for a student at a four-year public college was more than $14,000 during the 2011 – 2012 school year. By the year 2030 that number could balloon to more than $40,000 per year. How can a parent afford for more than one child to attend college at the same time?

    Here are some solutions to help families of any size send their kids to college:

  2. Saving for College: In-state versus out-of-state college preparations

    Male Student In ClassroomGetting ready for college involves preparing your child for big changes in his or her life. But as a parent, you’ll need to make preparations as well based on whether your child plans to attend college in-state or out-of-state.

  3. Preparing Your Child for the First Field Trip

    Mother With Daughter at School Bus StopYour child’s first field trip is an exciting event, both for you and your little one. However, it can also be frightening for your child especially if he or she isn’t used to going to places without a parent. To ease your child’s anxiety and ensure that he or she has good memories, prepare for the trip by using these simple tips:

  4. SAT / ACT Testing

    Students Taking Standardized TestCollege Admission Tests
    The ACT and SAT tests are two separately administered college admissions tests required by the vast majority of US four-year colleges and universities. Of the two, the SAT is the most widely required, taken and utilized by admissions committees to determine an applicant’s eligibility for admission. Some schools allow either test to be submitted for consideration and students applying to these institutions are advised to take both tests and submit the better grade to their colleges of choice.

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  5. Homeschooling Your Child – A Guide to Getting Started

    Child Being Homeschooled by FatherMost parents consider homeschooling their children at some point. When parents decide to follow through with homeschooling, however, they may not know how to begin. Below are some parenting tips on homeschooling your child.

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