Three Tips to Reduce Test Stress from Sal Khan

Whether you’re prepping for a biology exam, taking the SAT or studying for the LSAT, it’s natural to feel some stress. But there are simple steps you can take to manage exam anxiety and reduce test jitters.

In a new video released today, Sal Khan, founder…

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Back to School Safety Checklist

It’s hard to believe that the lazy days of summer are coming to an end and it’s back to the books for children everywhere. As kids head back to school, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is urging parents and students to keep safety top of mind…

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Sending Your Car Away to College

Seeing your child off to college is an emotional transition, especially if they are going far away from home. Sending them away in the family vehicle can create even more worry and stress.

A little advance planning and a well-maintained vehicle can
offer peace-of-mind to parents, says…

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Students Beat the Heat - and "Summer Slide" - with School-Approved Popular Ebooks

Recent research confirms that providing year-round access to books and engaging families in literacy activities helps students maintain and grow their reading skills. To achieve these goals, more than 18,000 schools in the US and Canada are participating in OverDrive Summer Read, an annual program designed to encourage…

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How Student Debt Puts a Drag on Entrepreneurship

Student loan debt is keeping almost half of soon-to-be college graduates from becoming entrepreneurs according to a new survey from personal finance website ValuePenguin.com, which looked at the entrepreneurial ambitions of college students graduating in the next 12 months.

These findings reflect broader entrepreneurship trends. New
businesses…

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