Getting Kids under 10 to read

Getting Kids under 10 to read There are a few ways that you can get a child under the age of 10 to read. The first way is to let them to read whatever they...

6 Books to Read After Grad School

6 Books to Read After Grad School Now that you have finished Grad School you are wondering where to go to next. Where should you turn and what should be your next step. There are...

Here’s the Game Plan: Dealing with Anxiety in College

College students finds ways to control stress College is one of the most anxious times of our lives because it is no more fun and games. College is the time to really prepare for your...

The 8 Most Confusing Things About Fafsa

The 8 Most Confusing Things About Fafsa College is beneficial for someone who is looking to make waves in the work force but these courses come with a pretty high price point. Luckily, there are...

It Takes Only One Good Teacher to Change a Studentslife

It Takes Only One Good Teacher to Change a Student's Life As I near completion of a bachelor's degree in education, I have been reflecting on the teachers who changed my life. My second-grade teacher,...

Is Homeschooling Right for You and Your Child?

Is Homeschooling Right for You and Your Child? For some parents, teaching your children at home can seem like a daunting task. The time, energy, and money alone deter parents from this option. However, this...

Facing Your Fears of Returning to School as an Adult

No One Should be Afraid to Start School as an Adult Introduction: Adults Going Back to School are on the Rise There is absolutely nothing wrong with going back to school as an adult. As time...

50 Facts and Events in U.S. Education History

American educators tend to focus on fifty key moments of American history when teaching. Here are the fifty key items. - Landing at Plymouth Rock - Founding Jamestown - The Boston Tea Party - Concord and Lexington - Declaration of...

A Student Loan Nightmare: The Teacher in the Wrong Payment Plan

A Student Loan Nightmare: The Teacher in the Wrong Payment Plan Jed Shafer is a teacher that is feeling the nightmare that comes with acquiring a student loan. According to the New York Times Jeff...

Studies Show Even a Partial College Education Pays Off

Studies Show Even a Partial College Education Pays No matter what stage you are at in life, as either a young adult, stay-at-home parent or a full-time working professional, we are constantly evolving to be...