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Susan Borison and Stephanie Silverman, best friends and co-founders of Your Teen Media, are bringing their magazine to life. From interviews with the experts and authors to discussions of trending topics and personal stories, Your Teen with Sue and Steph is an essential guide to raising teens today.

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College and Disability: When IEPs & 504s Go Away

Did you know that primary school learning accommodations like IEPs and 504s have no collegiate equivalent? Kind of daunting for those with disabilities, right? Not necessarily! Elizabeth C. Hamblet, learning disabilities consultant at Columbia University, is here to share her advice on how students can best navigate the transition to college and create a new academic normal.

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The Case for The Gap Year

Your Teen with Sue and Steph
Even in a world sans Covid-19, taking a "gap year"— or taking a year in between high school and college to travel or do service work— is an underrated and excellent option for many teens.
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Middle School Matters

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This time can be about more than "just getting through it."
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Parenting in The Age of Anxiety

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The day-to-day world of today's teens is vastly different than the one once experienced by their parents.
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Sheltering (and Thriving!) in Place

Your Teen with Sue and Steph
The new wave of shelter in place orders sweeping the nation may feel more like a sentence of "mandatory family bonding" for the teen in your life.
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