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  • Supreme Court Rules on Students With Disabilities
    Supreme Court Rules on Students With Disabilities

    In a previous blog post , we described the case of Endrew F. v. Douglas County School District, which explored the degree to which school boards are responsible for accommodating students with serious disabilities. As related in that blog post: The case in ...

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  • Homeschoolers Still Fighting for Acceptance
    Homeschoolers Still Fighting for Acceptance

    Homeschooling is a fairly well-established phenomenon. At present, over 1.5 million students are educated at home, which is double the number estimated in the late 1990s. These youngsters account for around 3.5% of America’s students, a rate that, by all ...

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  • A look at China's version of the ACT/SAT®
    A look at China's version of the ACT/SAT®

    Admission to university in China depends on scores in a nationwide exam called the National College Entrance Exam (NCEE), or Gaokao in Chinese (literally, “high test”). It is hard to underestimate how brutal this exam is for most students. It’s a nine-hour ...

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  • More Tips For High School Introverts
    More Tips For High School Introverts

    It can be hard being introverted, especially in as social a setting as a modern high school. There are so many groups, so many friendships, so many relationships that begin, that grow, that change, even end. Popularity is often highly prized, and it ...

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  • Tutor of the Year Award 2017!
    Tutor of the Year Award 2017!

    Nominations and voting for our 2017 Tutor Doctor Tutor of the Year Award opens on March 7 - we will begin receiving nominations from our customers. Every year Tutor Doctor picks a tutor who best symbolizes the hard work and dedication it takes to really ...

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