by Beginning in March of 2016, college-bound high school students will be taking a new generation of SAT tests. College Board redesigned the test in order to measure essential skills for college and career readiness and even out the playing field for all college-bound students. The goal is to measure more of what students actually…Details
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Math Support Services has been fully accredited since 1997. The WASC accrediting commission is the same organization that accredits public schools, colleges and universities in the western United States.
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-Keya (2014 Grad, accepted at Yale, attending UC Irvine)
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by Many parents want to give their child an advantage when it comes to education and private schools can be a great choice. These schools can offer higher academic expectations, more of a focus on values and self-discipline, community service, leadership, and a focus on the arts. Unfortunately, for most families, they are financially out…Details
by Check out this great article written by: Peggy Stabile of Pegasus2edu. Years ago there was no real choice involved in which standardized test a student should take for college admissions. Schools in the northeast and on the east and west coasts required the SAT while those in the mid-west and south preferred the ACT. In…Details