Student loan forgiveness has been a big topic in political campaigns, but what does it mean for parents who may still have student loans, who may have already paid off their loans, or are sending kids off to college soon? Read what our mom blogger found out as she sought the answers.
Some students don’t want to go to college right after they graduate high school, and many parents worry that this could ruin their future. Our resident mom blogger, Katie Bingham-Smith, explains why delaying college isn’t necessarily a bad thing and why she’s supporting her son’s decision to hold off on college and pursue other options first.
Enrolling in the wrong college can be a disappointing and costly mistake for your student. Our resident mom blogger shares some real life stories about students who had to transfer after enrolling in college and the best way to avoid this unfortunate outcome.
Teens frequently get their heart set on attending a particular college as their first choice. But having a “dream school” can end up being a nightmare if they don’t get accepted. Our resident mom blogger shares some advice on how to help your teen avoid the dream school problem. And she’s got stories from other parents and students to show that it’s not such a disaster if you don’t get into your preferred college.
Many colleges have made the SAT and ACT tests optional for admissions. Our resident mom blogger explains why this is a positive development for many students and why she’s encouraging her daughter to bypass college entrance exams.
Our kids are often influenced by their peers. But when it comes to deciding whether to go to college and which school to choose, a bit of peer pressure isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Our mom blogger explains how it’s been working with two of her kids.