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Are you the parent of a typical teen who spends hours holed up in his room amid ever-growing mounds of laundry and snack wrappers, playing on the computer? With all the warnings about limiting screen time, you may be wondering if a virtual high school is such a good idea after all. To demonstrate the value of online education, here's a little true-and-false quiz on the myths and facts about remote learning.
BOOM! You just earned your adult high school diploma (or you're counting down the days until you do). You've been busy updating your resume, searching job listings, and filling out more applications then you knew existed. Then, as you're logging out of Indeed for what feels like the millionth time, your phone beeps with an email from a would-be employer wanting to schedule an interview. It’s normal to feel both excited and stressed. Here are some tips to help you calm the butterflies and nail the interview.
With between one-quarter and one-third of U.S. children admitting to being bullied, it’s no wonder parents are concerned. Many of these parents are opting to enroll their teen in a virtual high school. Often, young adults who feel alienated among their peers thrive in an online academic environment. But because bullied teens often hesitate to confide in an adult, parents should be on the lookout for indicators in their child’s behavior that something may be wrong. Being schooled in the signs of bullying can help you take steps to intervene.