Segment 1: Civil Unrest Imminent, so claims a U.S. Presidential Candidate. The reason: AI. Students: be prepared, not scared.
Segment 2: Examples of how to best choose extra-curriculars: the power of music.
Segment 3: Graduating from HS early: many do it wrong, but here’s how to do it right.
Segment 1: Two skills that double the likelihood of college graduation, according to a 19-year study.
Segment 2: Curb the college dropout rate: Top ten list for Freshmen Year Success in College.
Segment 3: Don’t become a debt slave: another value college debunks the myth that college has to be pricey and debt-filled-- Missouri State.
Segment 1:Why we can expect more from Middle School— so students can avoid the high school expectation ‘cliff'
Segment 2: Grit, Impulse Control, & Finding Productive Passions— three goals when doing Middle School and beyond
Segment 3: A 51% college drop out rate— specific strategies to avoid being a college casualty
Segment 1: : Seniors- Yes, there’s still time to get to the right, affordable college next fall. Here’s how.
Segment 2: Seniors- Here are two of so many examples of affordable four-year colleges still available to you: Dakota Wesleyan and Dakota State.
Segment 3: Juniors- The journey begins. Here’s the simple game plan for winning the college admissions game over the next twelve months
Segment 1: The reason qualified applicants often don’t get into their top selective college: the essay. Here’s how to write a better one.
Segment 2: How the online ACT differs from the paper ACT test.
Segment 3: Rural Ohio high schools demonstrate that expecting college graduation from all students improves all academic outcomes— quickly. Check out Reaching Higher, John’s book on this very topic at OnToCollege.com.
Segment 1: JB met these great restaurant waiters, hard-working high school students who need to realize that they have more affordable options than community colleges.
Segment 2: 529 College Savings Plans— the good and the bad. Get started early.
Segment 3: Another great college saving vehicle: Roth IRAs. Use both— Roths and 529s.
Segment 1 - Know your college’s CDR— don’t dare join the 11%! CDR: a critical measure to know before saying YES to any college.
Segment 2 - Tough love— all parents need to have the Money Talk with their teens. Here’s how.
Segment 3 - Good and bad U.S. News Study Tips and The Canadian Options— excellent colleges up north for less than $30k per year.
Segment 1: Timely To-Do List for High School Seniors. Take care of these tasks ASAP.
Segment 2: The Secretary of Education wants to celebrate two-year colleges. It’s about time.
Segment 3: Three Ohio Colleges I love: Ohio Wesleyan, Denison, and Wooster— each a New England Liberal Arts Education for just 1/2 or 2/3 the price.
Segment 1: Seniors— tactics now to avoid remedial classes next year.
Segment 2: 529 College Saving Plans— why you should join the 14% of families who use them to pay for college.
Segment 3: Robots are pushing out lower level jobs, a key reason why two- and four-year degrees with minimal debt are so critical.