What You Should Know About Scholarships

Posted: under Education.

When it's time to go to college, the word "scholarship" is confusing for both students and parents. We automatically think about student loans, FAFSA, tuition and fees, EFC, grants, and work study. But what we don't realize is that knowing more about the scholarship process could save us thousands of dollars when trying to cover the cost of our kids' education. Scholarships are "free money" given away by the government, private institutions and organizations, charitable foundations, schools, ...
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Jan 26 2015




Be Happier And Healthier With A College Education

Posted: under Careers.

Be Happier and Healthier With A College Education It has always been clear that a college graduate could make more money than a high school graduate but new research is showing that college degree holders and their families are generally more happy and healthy than those with just a high school diploma. The money equation has never been simpler math. A college graduate will make on average twice as much per year than a high school graduate. Over an average working lifetime that will add up to a ...
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Jan 25 2015


Twitter Tweets about Education as of January 24, 2015

Posted: under Writing.

aldihiding: instead of putting utm as my education on facebook im just putting general uoft hahahahahaha #ourconvocationisatstgeorgedoe #uoftdegreedoe 2013-06-10 · Reply Dw_ILoVeHarD: Yes he's all for education yesssss.!!! Makes a big difference 2013-06-10 · Reply AksTree: India has made best progress in elementary education - UN: http://t.co/s23j41cm4W via @Livemint 2013-06-10 · Reply jjtweeted: ?????? ? #?????????? ??????? http://t.co/cZ7jcHx1cW ????????? ...
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Jan 24 2015


Education For Our Troubled Times

Posted: under Self Improvement.

The events of September 11th and the aftermath of anthrax scares and security warnings shattered our illusions and morphed our once familiar world into a new and unfamiliar one. As a result, all of us are learning to live with a newly developing normalcy. Metaphorically speaking, we are only at the first stage of this education—taking our preliminary prerequisite classes: Living with Terrorism 101. Living with Anxiety 102. Getting out of Bed and Handling Depression 103. Sleeplessness and ...
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Jan 24 2015





Revive Renaissance Education

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Renaissance education is typified by the integration of diverse knowledge with action. Modern education is a bureaucracy perfect for creating industrial age conformists. We will limit our discussion of modern education to this paragraph, we will then try to concentrate on more positive matters. Modern education creates human parts for a social machine. The educational machine's artificial division of subjects produces specialist cogs. These machine part graduates function well only in their ...
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Jan 22 2015