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How to Stay Academically on Track During a Gap Year

Regardless of what your student wants to get out of their gap year, the ultimate goal for most students taking a year off after high school is to complete a degree. Having a personalized learning plan during the gap year can keep their study skills sharp, show...

Instructor Spotlight: Nam Pham, Literature, Language, and Writing

Every piece of writing should be a reflection of the author. For TEL instructor Nam Pham, encouraging students to bring their personality to their work is a key part of teaching writing. “Writing, like any other art form, should be an extension of the personality and...

Three Ways TEL Courses Help Your Students Graduate On Time

Back in 2016, the median amount of time it took a student to complete a bachelor’s degree was 52 months. More than 12 percent of students took longer than 120 months. And that was before the pandemic. Even before Zoom fatigue was a thing, students’ college pathways...

2 New Courses: Microeconomics & World Civilizations

​January brings new resolutions, new calendars, and new courses from TEL. This Spring, we’re starting to build out our business courses with Microeconomics and also expanding our history lineup with World Civilizations. Meeting Demand with Microeconomics As we...