Solution To Skyrocketing Costs Of Higher Education

Solution To Skyrocketing Costs Of Higher Education

USA – Skyrocketing costs of higher education and the pursuit of a more rigorous workload have led many high school students to take advantage of dual enrollment. Allowing high school students to earn college credits while finishing up their high school coursework, dual enrollment helps students prepare themselves for college and eliminate the standard freshman […]

US Applications For Unemployment Benefits Drop

US Applications For Unemployment Benefits Drop

Just days after learning the nation’s unemployment rate rose to 9.6%, there was actually some good news on the unemployment front on Thursday last week. According to the Labor Department, the number of people requesting unemployment benefits dropped. The initial claims for unemployment benefits fell by 16,000 to a total of 453,000 according to numbers […]

Choosing The Right Preschool For Your Child

Choosing The Right Preschool For Your Child

As your baby grows, you feel an urgent need to admit your baby into a preschool or play-school where your child is prepared for elementary school, a place where your child enters a new world to mold his or her personality and improve basic skills in all dynamics. The experience and knowledge gained by your […]

Three Questions To Ask Before Starting Your College Search

Three Questions To Ask Before Starting Your College Search

College search is both daunting and exciting for high school students to begin, making that big decision which will effect the next 4 (or 5 or 6) years of their life. Usually the only information people get about the school they are looking at come from the schools themselves, always in a well polished and […]

Bullying: A Bane In American Basic Education

Bullying: A Bane In American Basic Education

Bullying is one of the most important issues in the American basic education today. Statistical reports on the prevalence of the act in public schools across the United States have prompted extensive investigations and researches in various aspects of the act. This article  intends to shed light on bullying under the context of the U.S. […]

Empowering The Adoptee Voice Takes Unexpected Turn For Sherrie Eldridge

Empowering The Adoptee Voice Takes Unexpected Turn For Sherrie Eldridge

Sixty five years ago, a tiny baby was placed in the arms of her adoptive parents setting the stage for what was to come.  Adoptee, daughter, mother, wife, grandmother, advocate, educator, author, Angel in Adoption–Sherrie Eldridge has used many words to describe who she is but adoption has always figured prominently in her life.  Her […]

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