Education Articles (Sorted by date)
Homeschooling is a practical alternative or replacement to schooling institutions. In conformity with your state laws concerning this kind of education, children study and learn under the parents supervision.
James MastersonMarch 13, 2006
Nowadays students are increasingly likely to work while studying at college. The majority of them have to rely on the supplemental income to support themselves at college or university.
Linda CorreliMarch 13, 2006
If you are an adult returning to get your college degree, you knowthat it can be expensive. Whether you are commuting to classes or doing an Online college degree, the tuition is about the same. Paying for college can be a problem.But did you know...
Kate LindemannMarch 11, 2006
Along about third grade, children reach a level of reading competency which allows them to read independently for the purpose of gathering information and learning new skills. At this point, a whole world opens up to them.
Aldene FredenburgMarch 11, 2006
As a school psychologist, as well as the mother of a child with a chronic health condition, I understand all too well the intimidation that accompanies entering the bargaining sessions of IEP meetings.
Nadine O'Reilly, M.A.March 11, 2006
Increasing demand for corporate training as well as the logistical headaches associated with assembling instructors and students at a single location has been the main reason for the birth of E-learning services.
James MarriotMarch 08, 2006
Most students take out numerous loans for college, each with its own interest rate and its own monthly amount. The plethora of different loan sources is a great benefit in terms of paying for college, but when it comes to credit rating, this long...
Chris StuderMarch 08, 2006
As everybody will certainly agree that having the confidence to speak publicly is a valuable skill, there is much debate as to which technique of public speaking is the most effective.
James MastersonMarch 08, 2006
Online education is becoming increasingly popular because it allows people who may not ordinarily have the opportunity to get qualifications, to do so.
Dana GoldbergMarch 06, 2006
Deciding whether or not to stay in school and finish your diploma or to drop out and take your GED can be a rough choice. There are a number of reasons you may choose either, but before you make that essential decision, it is best to get all of the...
Kris KoonarMarch 06, 2006