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hyphenate Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun May-30-10 11:53 PM
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91. Even though it isn't any kind of degree program
Why don't the parents check out the MIT site, with its open curriculum? It's completely free, even though there is no degree for the courses taken online, but it could stimulate the child until there is a resolution to the situation, and if that means she waits the 2 years to get into this other college, she could still be learning and challenging herself. Especially when her parents are both engineers, it would be an ideal atmosphere. Just a thought.
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