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Susan Kehl

Susan Kehl

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School Choice Series: Single-Gender Schools: The Pros, Cons – and Everything in Between | JRA Educational Consulting

Last Updated by Susan Kehl on November 29, 2022

 

Topics: Single-Gender Schools

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Topics: Single-Gender Schools

Signs That Your Child Is Being Bullied And Tips To Banish The Bullies | JRA Educational Consulting

Last Updated by Susan Kehl on November 29, 2022

 

Topics: bully, Signs Of Bully, Tips To Banish The Bully

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Topics: bully, Signs Of Bully, Tips To Banish The Bully

Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker…or FinTech Executive | JRA Educational Consulting

Last Updated by Susan Kehl on October 20, 2022




You’ve been knocking it out of the park and learning new concepts since pre-school, and you’ve always been told you’d make a great lawyer. Or Accountant. Or stock broker…journalist… software engineer... You’ve imagined yourself doing something cutting-edge…working on Wall Street…or maybe something creative like graphic design or videography. Now that you’re in high school, it’s time to begin preparing for your future, but – with so many interests – you’re not sure where to focus. Consider FinTech – a career that checks all the boxes – and then some.

Topics: career advice, career in fintech

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Topics: career advice, career in fintech

College Bound Teens May Qualify for Florida In-State Tuition Thanks to Grandma and Grandpa

Last Updated by Susan Kehl on October 4, 2022

 


College-bound? Attending your dream college may be financially out of reach if the school happens to be out of state. But if you hope to attend a public college in Florida and your grandparents live in the state, you may be in luck. Thanks to the Grandparent Waiver, Nana and Pop-Pop can spoil you even more – and not just by overindulging you with home-baked cookies and special gifts. Their Florida resident status might qualify you for a significant tuition reduction.

Topics: Scholarship, Tuition Fees

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Topics: Scholarship, Tuition Fees

What’s The Best Way To Find And Obtain Merit Aid? | JRA Educational Consulting

Last Updated by Susan Kehl on September 22, 2022

 

Topics: College Admission

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Topics: College Admission

Tips For Students Battling Mental Health Issues | JRA Educational Consulting

Last Updated by Susan Kehl on September 15, 2022

 

Topics: Mental Health

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Topics: Mental Health

Do Colleges Require the SSAR/SRAR? Here’s What You Need to Know | JRA Educational Consulting

Last Updated by Susan Kehl on September 9, 2022

Sometimes it’s better to be safe than SSAR-y.

Topics: SSAR, SRAR

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Topics: SSAR, SRAR

Report AP Test Scores on Your College Applications? | JRA Educational Consulting

Last Updated by Susan Kehl on August 23, 2022

 

Topics: AP Exams, AP Test Score

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Topics: AP Exams, AP Test Score

The Rise of Antisemitism on College Campuses – And How You Can Help Your Kids Feel Accepted and Empowered

Last Updated by Susan Kehl on August 10, 2022

Oy, vey. As a society, we’d like to think we’ve become more accepting of people and their religions, cultures, languages, and sexual orientations – the very things that make us unique. We fool ourselves into believing we’ve embraced our differences, and that intolerant, hatred-filled beliefs like antisemitism ended with the Holocaust. It’s the twenty-first century – we’ve come such a long way, right?

Topics: college campuses

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Topics: college campuses

8 Effective Ways to Help Teens with Depression and Anxiety | JRA Educational Consulting

Last Updated by Susan Kehl on July 28, 2022

 

 

Our kids go to school to become proficient in academic subjects from basic math to college-level physics. Although mental health is equally important, it’s rarely addressed in the classroom. With teen depression and anxiety on the rise, what can you do to foster your child’s social and emotional health and wellbeing?

Topics: Anxiety

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Topics: Anxiety