Dyslexia and dysgraphia are both learning disorders that don’t reflect intelligence, but do present challenges for regular academic activities like reading and writing. I’m thrilled to share how Liz helped her 13-year old son crush 5 CLEP exams despite his challenges.Continue reading “Dysgraphia & Dyslexia Hasn’t Stopped Lucas”
Let’s Test Out
I love a good testing-out story! If your teen has tested out of a college level class using CLEP, DSST, Advanced Placement, or another testing product, I’d love for you to share your story for an upcoming post. Most parents who first hear about testing out think it’s too hard, too intimidating, and what “other people do” but my experience here says otherwise. Thousands of students in the Homeschooling for College Credit community have earned college credit this way. If you’re open to share your story, drop me a note below.
Remote Proctoring in the News (and Courts)
The use of online proctoring software and services has been growing. If your teen takes an online class, CLEP exam, or one of many assessments delivered remotely, it’s likely that a remote proctor is involved. The controversy is growing, here’s what you should know.Continue reading “Remote Proctoring in the News (and Courts)”