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  • July 12, 2022 Tips to prepare your rising college freshman
    Path to College

    Tips to prepare your rising college freshman

    With college classes beginning in August, Florida’s first-time college parents are wondering what they can do to prepare. Mandy Shields knows a thing or two about that. Shields, the interim director of the Residential Student Experience at Florida State University, has more than two decades of experience talking to college…
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  • June 13, 2022 Family reading a book together
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  • May 3, 2022 teacher with kids
    Path to College

    Gift Ideas that Teachers Love

    With another school year drawing to a close, it’s time to think about the best way to thank the teachers. These high-impact human beings work tirelessly for our children, inspiring them and awakening curiosity, while sharing their passion for learning. Gift cards take away some of the anxiety of finding…
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  • April 8, 2022 Child saving money for college
    Financial Literacy

    Teach your kids to save at every age

    Every April is Financial Literacy Month, and April 22 is National Teach Children to Save Day. Florida started its celebration in late March when the governor signed legislation to mandate a financial literacy course for high school graduation. (The new law will apply to students entering ninth grade in the…
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  • April 1, 2022 cash 4 college
    Path to College

    ¡Obtenga efectivo para la universidad!

    La Inscripción Abierta del Plan Prepagado 2022 ya está aquí, y nosotros tenemos grandes noticias para los residentes de la Florida. Las familias que adquieran un Plan Prepagado antes del 30 de abril pueden recibir un bono en efectivo de hasta $500 para cubrir los gastos adicionales de la universidad…
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  • March 30, 2022 mom kissing toddler
  • March 22, 2022 girl outside on a slide
    Lifelong Learning

    6 Tips to Get Your Kids Outside

    Daylight Saving Time is back, bringing longer days and more opportunities to head outdoors, especially for kids who spend most of their day at school. But it isn’t always easy for parents to convince kids to get out there, especially since we don’t always set a good example. Study after…
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  • February 16, 2022
    Lifelong Learning

    Spring Break is for All Families

    Spring Break can sneak up on busy families navigating the second half of the school year. But now is the perfect time to start planning how you’ll spend time together as a family and take a much-needed break from the daily routine. Whether you “staycation” home together, travel for real…
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