We’re delighted to introduce a new series of expert advice about private school admissions from our private middle and high school counseling partner, Glasofer Educational Consulting.
As we approach summer, I am optimistic. A gradual return to normalcy. Travel. Beach. BBQ. The physical embrace of family members not seen for over a year. Lazy summer evenings by the fire pit. Relaxed weekend afternoons at a vineyard. The sunshine after a storm is more welcome than before
Instead of writing a typical post, I am providing a link to a podcast in which Brian Eufinger, co-founder of Edison Prep in Atlanta, GA, breaks down how and why some students can get seemingly good grades and then get surprisingly low SAT or ACT scores.
We are constantly faced with choices and trade-offs. Interact on social media or study? Watch TV or go to the gym? Leave a note that you accidentally scratched someone’s car or drive away? Whether we choose to follow the right course or not, we usually know the productive, healthy, and
As I wrote in the post about why education is meaningful, I was a staunch believer that most education was useless. Past tense (“was”) is key here. Having lived longer, I see the value of all education, and I wish that I had valued all education more when I was