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From: Sharon (
Subject:         Re: Child development course?
Date: February 17, 2009 at 7:13 am PST

In Reply to: Child development course? posted by BeverlyPA on February 16, 2009 at 4:59 pm:

One thing you could explore is whether or not she could take a child development course at a local community college.

Especially if she already has some SAT scores to show she is capable of the work, you could be her advocate to get permission for her to enroll in a single course. I did this when I wanted one of my kids to take a geology course in 8th grade. The only grade-level courses we could find at the time were "earth science" and we were already past that material. I did have College Board SAT scores for him, which helped the community college in being willing to accept him as a student. He enrolled as a non-degree seeking student, and we had to pay tuition and for books, but it got him the course we wanted. He was fine doing the work, got an A, so it wasn't too much of a reach for him.

If Eearly childhood is your daughter's interest, she would be the kind of motivated student who could do well.

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