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Tax Benefits For College

Tax Benefits For College

As the cost of higher education continues to rise, students across the country search for new ways to pay for their education. However, one aspect they might not have taken under consideration is the tax benefits for education. In fact, … Read the rest

Online Schools Enhances Homeschooling

Online Schools Enhances Homeschooling

For many people, the idea of attending an online school raises many questions and worries, including whether it is the right path toward their educational goals. However, online learning is becoming more popular as more and more universities and colleges … Read the rest

Selecting the Best Online School for Your Needs

Selecting the Best Online School for Your Needs

Online schools are becoming more common these days, as a growing number of people want the convenience of earning a degree without compromising other responsibilities, such as a full-time job, or raising children. But with so many online schools to … Read the rest

Overcoming Teen Academic Problems

Written by Wood Creek Academy

Academic issues are very common among teenagers. Several reasons might be attributed to this. For instance, in some cases teenagers might be faced with genuine inabilities to learn. In other cases, there is a lack … Read the rest

The History of the Taronga Zoo

By Samuel Phineas Upham

The first zoo to open in New South Wales was built by the royal Zoological Society in 1884. The territory occupied Billy Goat swamp, in what is modern day Sydney Boys High School and Sydney Girls … Read the rest

Academic Concerns When Relocating With A Child

Written by The Steele Group Sotheby’s International Realty

Relocating to a new community and town with the whole family can be a very interesting and exciting experience. However, as interesting as this change can be, it can also be a … Read the rest

Sending your kids away for a better education

Written by Wood Creek Academy

Being a parent, it is hard to accept that sometimes, we love our kids too much. We give them whatever they want, and we let them do whatever they want as well because we love … Read the rest

Private Schools in Ridgewood

Submitted by Ebergen County Homes

When it comes time to find a new home for you and your family, the first thing you should do is look at Ramsey homes for sale. The area offers, without a doubt, some of … Read the rest

These Are the Best College Towns for Students

The American Institute for Economic Research recently ranked the country’s top college towns for 2014-2015, based on student life, economic health, culture and opportunity. More:  These Are the Best College Towns for Students  Read More →

Major Florida school district dumps almost all yearend testing

By David Adams and Zachary Fagenson MIAMI (Reuters) – The Miami school district, the nation’s fourth largest, said on Thursday it was eliminating most end-of-course exams, including all those for elementary school students, the latest blow to standardized testing in the state. “We have taken a responsible and logical approach to assessing students, in order to restore valuable teaching... [Read more]

Report finds few colleges have a Shakespeare requirement

NEW YORK (AP) — As Shakespeare would say, “We have seen better days.” Go here to read the rest:  Report finds few colleges have a Shakespeare requirement  Read More →

The Closing of the Millennial Mind on Campus

Completing a college education, people have long presumed, shows that a young adult has not just mastered a particular subject but has broadened his or her intellect by exposure to many different disciplines, philosophies, and diverse approaches to both knowledge and life. Unfortunately, most of our universities and colleges end up promoting ignorance, insularity, fear, and infantilism. Rather than... [Read more]

Thousands of Washington state teachers plan one-day walkout

By Victoria Cavaliere SEATTLE (Reuters) – Several thousand teachers across Washington state are planning a one-day strike on Wednesday to demand higher pay, better benefits and a reduction in class sizes, the state’s largest teachers’ union said. Nearly 3,000 teachers in nine school districts were planning to participate in the walkout, said Washington Education Association spokesman... [Read more]