Most private elementary and secondary schools in Colorado, religious or not, offer financial assistance. Although some assistance comes in the form of a full scholarship, this is not common in Colorado. Assistance typically ranges from 10 to 50 percent of the total tuition. It is also more likely that tuition assistance is available to existing students of a school, rather than a new student. Schools usually offer a tuition payment plan, with the total amount divided into ten installments over the course of the school year, rather than a lump sum paid at the start of the school year. Some schools offer the opportunity for parents to barter for work at the school or other services in trade for tuition. Almost all scholarships are based on the family’s financial need, but a few schools offer the award based on academic merit or some combination of both.Continue reading on Examiner.com Private school scholarships and tuition assistance - Denver Private Schools | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/private-schools-in-denver/private-school-scholarships-and-tuition-assistance#ixzz1auve0vxp
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University of Phoenix
Stephanie Hancock Ph.D.
October 15, 2011
Acquiring an education is something that is very important, essential for the growth, and development of an individual. The value of education is more than an idea of a person being able to rise above the rest and achieve much more in life. Education is the best way of success and a parent wants the best education for his or her child. They will sacrifice anything for their children, they will push them to succeed and live a fulfilling life. It is important for a parent to know which school to send his or her child considering all factors and resources at the moment of enrollment.
To determine what area needs to be reinforce there has to be an evaluation that can take place with several questions about the child. Is the child is struggling with...