Matthew studies history on his computer in his bedroom while his younger brother, Sam, watches. Veronica and Tony Ferragamo home have four children, ranging from kindergarten age to college, and all are home schooled. the oldest is away in college, but Patria (16) finds reading and studying in her favorite chair in the living room works best, while brother Matthew (15) uses his computer in his bedroom. Sam, age 5, uses his sibling's spaces to learn on his own and enjoys exploring nature, crickets and bugs, in his back yard.
A recent survey found that about a quarter of selective colleges use Facebook as part of their admissions evaluations. Do your readers think they should? Find out in an online poll. Here's an example that you can use:
The number of colleges using Facebook in admissions has quadrupled. Do you think colleges should consider Facebook when deciding who should go to their school?
Yes. Facebook is one of many tools these colleges use, and I think it's sensible to learn about the kids applying to your school.
No, I think it's an invasion of privacy.
These are just kids. This is the time of their lives for them to make mistakes, but now they have to pay for them by not getting accepted to college. I don't think it's fair.