In the inaugural edition of its new education-focused segment, entitled “Making the Grade,” PBS NewsHour aired a story that examined the growing recognition of the value of CTE across the country and its path forward.
Category: College prep
Choosing Smart Electives For Your High Schooler
Cultivating Interests, Strengths, and Special Talents Your high school freshman gets good grades in all her required classes, so she should be able to follow her fancy in choosing electives, right? Not necessarily. Many high
Preparing For College
Helping Your Child Graduate on Time Can Save You Money When many families prepare for financing a child’s college education, they base their plan on the expectation that their child can graduate in four years.
ESL and ABE classes start 9/14
ESL and ABE night classes for High School Equivalency preparation start 9/14. Classes are Monday through Thursday from 5 to 7:30 p.m Room 101 OACES 30 Hart Street For more information, call (585) IMPROVE
101 Great Books Recommended for College-Bound Readers
It’s a good idea to encourage your child to make a reading list. Teachers, librarians and counselors are good sources for advice on books to include. You can help choose the best books for your