5 methods for maximizing your TRIO program and supporting students with college preparation

students walking down a university hallway

If your school hosts one or more of the federal TRIO programs, you’ll know just how crucial these initiatives are in supporting disadvantaged students who want to progress through high school and attend college.  Since the mid-1960s, when the Department of Education introduced the first three TRIO programs, the initiative has continued to grow, catering

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How remote learning affects parents’ performance working from home

Mom working from home stressed by remote schooling.

Since the onset of the pandemic, most of our homes have transformed into virtual learning and working spaces.  Unsurprisingly, working parents are not a fan of this new way of learning.  Why? Well, remote learning affects working parents more than you might think.  The truth is kids learning at home interrupt working parents.  It’s no surprise

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