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June 24, 2015 in Choosing a College, Featured

6 Key Differences: Liberal Arts Colleges VS Research Universities

Research universities versus liberal arts colleges: What is the difference? As students began thinking about the colleges that they plan to visit and/or apply to, they may hear terms like…
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August 14, 2013 in Admissions, Application, Early Action, Early Decision, Featured

ED, EDII, REA, SCEA… What do they all mean?

Different schools typically offer various types of admission options.  Each school is different and thus it’s important for a student to double check the admission options of his or her…
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April 24, 2019 in Emotions, Executive Functioning, Scott Lutostanski, Study Skills

How to Give Praise to Build Resiliency

By Scott Lutostanski Most people want the same thing for young people. We want them to be kind, honest, fair, independent, and resilient. Giving feedback is a huge contributor to…
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April 10, 2019 in Emotions, Executive Functioning, Scott Lutostanski

EF Differences in Boys and Girls

  By Scott Lutostanski When it comes to students who struggle with the executive functions, there are differences between girls and boys. The constant thread is that school is stressful…
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