Tyler Miller

Tyler Miller is a freelance writer and certified educator in the state of Washington. He lives with his wife, Stefani, and their dog, Nickelby. His fiction has appeared in various online...

Why Colleges Rescind Admissions Offers
14 January, 2020
Sometimes, getting an acceptance letter isn’t the end of a college admissions story. It’s important that students temper the celebrations that may begin with that thick envelope (or joyous email). Colleges observe their future students until the first day of freshman classes, and reserve the right to rescind an admissions offer in certain situations. In the most recent report on revoked college acceptances, which was released back in 2009 by theNational Association of College Admission Counsel
Why Colleges Rescind Admissions Offers, And What To Do If It Happens to You
20 March, 2018
Low grades, disciplinary matters, and other issues can occasionally lead colleges to revoke offers of admission. Learn how often this happens, and what you can do if you find yourself in this position. *** Sometimes, getting an acceptance letter isn’t the end of a college admissions story. It’s important that students temper the celebrations that may begin with that thick envelope (or joyous email). Colleges observe their future students until the first day of freshman classes, and reserve th
6 Apps To Help Your Middle School Child Master Math
29 November, 2017
Many middle schoolers struggle to understand math, and staying motivated to master basic concepts and learn advanced ones can be even more challenging. Luckily, there are plenty of apps available to help students conquer the math beast and have fun while doing it. Here are some excellent apps that are specifically designed to help middle school students strengthen their math skills. Dragon Box [http://www.dragonboxapp.com/] Dragon Box says it can “secretly” teach your kids algebra, and it seem