Maximize Your Child's Online Learning: Understanding Recommended Upload and Download Speeds


With more and more students pursuing their education through an online platform, it’s essential to make sure your home internet connection can keep up with the demands of their coursework. Knowing the recommended upload and download speeds for your student’s classes will help ensure that their learning experience is never hindered by a slow connection. In this post, we’ll look at what speeds are recommended for online students and how you can maximize your child’s online learning.

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Don't Let Your Online Student's Computer Lag: A Parent's Guide to Clearing Cache and Cookies


As a parent of an online student, you know that having a reliable computer is key. But if your student's computer is lagging, it could be due to the fact that their cache and cookies haven't been cleared in a while. Don't worry - clearing them can be easy! In this blog post, we'll show you how to clear your cache and cookies quickly and efficiently so that your student's computer can keep up with the demands of online learning. So grab a cup of coffee, sit back and relax - we promise this won't take too long!

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Frequently Asked Questions About the TASC Exam


Similarly to the GED and HiSET exams, the TASC exam (Test Assessing Secondary Completion), is a high school equivalency test.

In the vast majority of cases, students should pursue a high school diploma; earning a diploma typically results in higher wages as an adult and lets employers know that the worker can overcome a challenge. However, for teenagers who are at least 16 years of age, not currently enrolled in any high school, and do not have a high school diploma, the TASC may be available.

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