10 Gifts for Your New STEM Grad
An education in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) is one of the most challenging degrees to obtain. Over the last decade, the popularity in these courses have increased, becoming more ...
Ben W2 days ago
5 Common English Mistakes to Easily Correct
New students of the English language are destined to make mistakes when practicing their skills and abilities in building up their proficiency. There's nothing wrong with making mistakes but I'd like ...
Danielle Bryant5 days ago
College Daze: Surviving Your First Semester
College. University. School. Whatever you want to call it, you will have the same reaction to it if you're dreading your very first day... "UGH! Spending money just to be trapped in classes for more y...
Why Do People Homeschool Their Children?
Among those with school-aged children, 3 percent of people homeschool them, according to the National Home Education Research. They also showed that 91 percent said that they homeschooled children bec...
Drake Collins6 days ago
The Spirit of Wisdom (Part 2)
In our mission to reshape the American education system we must eventually meet a key roadblock restricting the students in our nation. The fact that the sheer amount of young people that must be atte...
C. Alphenia6 days ago
Pondering Art Making
In my Master's program we often discuss the importance of the process of making art. The conversation always seems to veer to the point that children in schools are often directed to churning out prod...
Danielle Bryant5 days ago
College Daze: Surviving Your First Semester
College. University. School. Whatever you want to call it, you will have the same reaction to it if you're dreading your very first day... "UGH! Spending money just to be trapped in classes for more y...
Elena Willson14 days ago
Classroom Schooling vs. Online Education
Just a couple of decades ago, online education was a concept hardly imaginable to many. Most of those who are in their 30s and above spent a great deal of their childhood at school, attending classes ...
R !sk22 days ago
Is the Master's Degree Enough?
I have an undergraduate education, and it is not enough. I started my master's degree chasing environmentalism, environmental resource management, and environmental planning. In each of the programs I...
Building Your First Semester
When it comes to creating your degree it really boils down to making a semester at a time. Yes, you can do what I did, and collect 400 courses then make 10 semesters out of it. However, that takes a l...
Patricia Sarkara month ago
Golden Tickets for Alumni Turns a Night Out at an Event Into an Opportunity to Give Back
Going to college is something that changes you, and anyone who has been there can attest to it. It’s a place where you transformed from a shy high schooler to a fully-fledged adult. It’s a place where...
Shelby MacAnanny2 months ago
The Truth About Being a College Freshman
Before you move into college, everyone will have something to say about what to bring and how fun it is going to be, but what college is really like is different from anything you'd ever expect.
Danielle Bryant5 days ago
College Daze: Surviving Your First Semester
College. University. School. Whatever you want to call it, you will have the same reaction to it if you're dreading your very first day... "UGH! Spending money just to be trapped in classes for more y...
The De Anza Paralegal Program
As far as this program goes, I’m looking at all my options to get a better paying job and how to get there. I know I have to get into the technical writing program, for example. I also have paralegal ...
Bethany Ashlyn7 days ago
College Is Not for Everyone
Before I talk about why college isn't for everyone, I want to disclaim that I am not telling people to ditch their college dreams and goals. While it isn't for everyone, it is also a great asset for s...
Jules Fortman10 days ago
How to Homeschool Your Child
Public school learning has gotten worse over the years. This trend may lead you to wonder if you could or should homeschool your child. With a curriculum that you can control, homeschooling can be a h...
S. K. Gregory10 days ago
The Cost of Being an Indie Author
Indie authors get a bad rep, with many viewing their books as less than worthy if they didn't manage to land themselves a deal with a top publisher. When a book is released, unless it is free or 99 ce...
Ben W13 days ago
An Introduction to Action Verbs
When you are first getting the basic structure of English sentences, it's important to base those same sentences around key verbs in the language that we use every day. Knowing what action verbs are a...
Makayla Richards10 days ago
The Road to the Title RN: The 4 Things I Have Learned
Want to hear a scary story? Two words. Nursing school. No matter how you get there, how long it takes, or the detours you make on the road to the scrubs and long nights, nursing school is hard. The co...
World Education
I believe 100 percent, that in the future our education will be modular. One that will give way into a lego-like combination of stackable credentials. That idea was sparked from Anant Agarwal the CEO ...
Alicia Springer16 days ago
College Majors That Didn’t Exist 5 Years Ago
Within the past decade, humanity has experienced a spike in technological advances, theory, and an entirely different way of life. This is due partly to society’s curiosity and eagerness to create som...
Remington Laynea month ago
What Every Struggling Student Needs to Hear
I’ve been subbing for a few months now. The last few months of subbing have shown me some surprising repetition among the students. No, these students don’t all come from the same cut cloth, or clique...
Alex Annea month ago
I Survived an All Girls Catholic Prep School
Not all the stereotypes are true, but oh so many of them are. We had plaid skirts, polos, nuns, and drama for your mama. It was the best and worst times of our lives. The summer before eighth grade, m...
Teddi Colemana month ago
To Reunion or Not to Reunion
In a couple years, I will be returning for my ten year high school reunion. There are a couple fears that I have with this reunion, and I hope I am not alone in this. I hope you find some similarities...
Why Do People Homeschool Their Children?
Among those with school-aged children, 3 percent of people homeschool them, according to the National Home Education Research. They also showed that 91 percent said that they homeschooled children bec...
Deanne Adams8 days ago
Think a Teacher's Job Is Easy?
Alright, everyone, settle down! Eyes front. Now. Jade? Now. Phone away. Ben, that chair has four legs: use them all before you fall off again. You were unconscious for a worryingly long time last less...
An Tran13 days ago
Hope for the Future
Because I always rave about how incredible my kids are, I’d like to give a few examples of why leaving Japan after just one year of teaching English is such a difficult decision to live with day by da...
Ben W2 days ago
5 Common English Mistakes to Easily Correct
New students of the English language are destined to make mistakes when practicing their skills and abilities in building up their proficiency. There's nothing wrong with making mistakes but I'd like ...
Drake Collins6 days ago
The Spirit of Wisdom (Part 2)
In our mission to reshape the American education system we must eventually meet a key roadblock restricting the students in our nation. The fact that the sheer amount of young people that must be atte...
C. Alphenia6 days ago
Pondering Art Making
In my Master's program we often discuss the importance of the process of making art. The conversation always seems to veer to the point that children in schools are often directed to churning out prod...
Should You Lose Your Accent?
I grew up in Rock Ferry Wirral and in the 70s my family witnessed a murder. Not long after that, I was diagnosed with speech problems, hyperactivity, and lack of coordination. I was from a working-cla...
Mira Raney8 months ago
The Realities of Culinary School
I am about a year out from culinary school now, and I find myself missing it often. It was one of the best and hardest experiences of my life. If you’re here, you’re probably considering culinary scho...
Miranda 2 months ago
Five Assigned Reading Books You Shouldn't Skip
No one likes assigned reading; it’s okay to admit it. A lot of the time they are boring and drone on and on and on. Each page is a chore! However, my rebellious "I'm not going to read this and you can...
Ryan Whitaker3 months ago
10 Classic Pieces of Literature That Everyone Forgot
Even with some classic literature taking a tech turn, the sheer amount of classic literature wasted on youth across the United States is disheartening, to say the least. I know for a fact that, while ...
Nancy D10 months ago
Young Adult Novel Takes Place in Lakefield
Warning! The following book review is extremely Canadian! Brian Gallagher, Irish author, publishes his latest young adult book called Arrivals. The best part is that the story takes place in a local C...
K.B Ntetaa month ago
What They Don’t Teach You in School
It’s obvious that everything you learn through education doesn’t prepare you for the real world. I knew I enjoyed English and loved writing but the thought of being a teacher (which is a route a lot o...
Ben Richardsona month ago
Simple Science
Welcome to Simple Science. Today I want to talk about some of the things that make our bodies run. The amazing and interesting facts that allow us to do what we do each and every day. Enzymes and Meta...
Kerian Va month ago
Letting Go of the Literary Canon
There is this idea floating around academia that, as an English major, you're supposed to have an appreciation for all the Great Works of Literature: Chaucer, Shakespeare, Twain, Hemingway, that crowd...
Patty Ramsena month ago
10 Best Podcasts for Surviving Law School
While it may seem a bit dramatic to discuss your time in law school as something you must survive, there are many times when every law student starts to think that it may end up being such a battle. I...
Patricia Sarkara month ago
Golden Tickets for Alumni Turns a Night Out at an Event Into an Opportunity to Give Back
Going to college is something that changes you, and anyone who has been there can attest to it. It’s a place where you transformed from a shy high schooler to a fully-fledged adult. It’s a place where...
Sasha Konikovo5 months ago
10 Tools to Improve Your Writing and Editing Abilities
Writing is a skill that everyone needs, even if they are trying to get a career in something completely different. It's a skill that allows you to communicate with others, put your best foot forward, ...
10 Gifts for Your New STEM Grad
An education in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) is one of the most challenging degrees to obtain. Over the last decade, the popularity in these courses have increased, becoming more ...
Differences Between Private and Public School
In the United States, public and private schools exist at every level of education, from pre-kindergarten through university programs. Public schools are funded and regulated by the state and/or feder...
Jeff Nevil21 days ago
3 Extra-Curricular Considerations when Choosing Your Child's Nursery
The introduction of extra-curricular-activities during the early stages of childhood development is of the utmost importance. This is due to the fact that you are ensuring children are afforded opport...