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The 2013-2014 College Admissions Outlook

The 2013-2014 College Admissions Outlook
Last year was the most competitive college admissions cycle we have ever seen. Harvard had their all-time low 5.79% admissions rate on an all-time high 35,023 applications received. Not to be outdone, Stanford had an all-time low 5.69% admissions rate on an all-time high 38,828 applications received. Those hoping for better odds this year are likely to be out of luck, admissions to highly selective... 

Why I have dedicated my career to homeschooling (condensed version)

Why I have dedicated my career to homeschooling (condensed version)
Life wasn’t very easy on my single father, my younger brother and me as we grew up in government housing in Pottsville, PA. I took it upon myself to help raise my younger brother. I would help him with his homework, get in fights with bullies on his behalf, and by the time I was a teenager, I was coaching his baseball and basketball teams. I took great pride in my ability to help him forge a... 

How to get into Harvard as a Homeschooler – Agora I/O (Video)

How to get into Harvard as a Homeschooler - Agora I/O (Video)
Here is the video from my other presentation with the latest Agoro I/O conference. Skip the first 2:50. Enjoy.  Read More →

College Admissions Consulting

College Admissions Consulting
Buehler Education’s primary goal is to unlock the full potential of children through education. We do that in several ways. First, we help parents identify their children’s unique learning styles and help them develop individualized academic programs to cater to those learning styles. Those programs are best delivered through homeschooling or unschooling, and help foster in children the desire... 
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