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The 3 Things Donald Trump Would Do To Your Education

Donald Trump has taken the political world by storm with a series of controversial debate performances and staggering poll numbers that not only put him on a firm pathway to the Republican nomination, but also make his being the next President of the United States a real possibility. Whether you agree with Trump or not, […]
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Bad Grades in College: 10 Ways to Turn Them Around

Bad grades in college can cause a lot more stress than bad ones in high school. There is more at stake on a number of levels, and the work you’ve done to this point seldom prepares you for the fallout. If you feel like you’re falling behind, the first thing you should (not) do is […]
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Six Student Savings you shouldn’t Miss Your Freshman Year

Saving Tips for Students

Whether you plan on paying for college yourself or applying for financial aid, students can take many different measures to save money. Students can save money on food, transportation, and entertainment by budgeting their money wisely. Discover these tips to learn how you can get the most of your money during your college years. Apply […]
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9 Time Wasters You Need to Nix Now

The problem with living in a world where technology is seamless and productivity is at an all-time high, is that you can start feeling a false sense of security, allowing yourself to get wrapped up in distractions and time wasters. For a student trying to compete globally, this is unacceptable. That’s why we have put […]
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What These Harvard Business School Interview Questions Can Teach You About Planning Your Future

Harvard Business School puts its candidates through a rigorous interview process. That’s part of the reason it has maintained one of the best reputations in the world for business education. But you don’t have to be going for a MBA to derive value from that rigorous process. In a recent article for Business Insider, contributor […]
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Turn Your Study Plan Into Action In 8 Steps

A study plan is essential for any student wanting to get ahead or conquer a particularly tricky concept. However, one can get so wrapped up in the planning that they have trouble putting it into action. If that sounds like you, then this is the article for you. Execution needs to be the primary focus […]
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Entrepreneurship And Education: 5 Ways Business Will Shape Learning

There seems to be a great deal of concern over how entrepreneurship and education today will work together as changes in public schools and universities become more rapid. There is an argument that says education is not a business where there is room for profits and losses. That everyone has a right to have an education […]
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The Hard Truth About Student Loans

A recent article on Entrepreneur from contributor Brandon Turner has ruffled more than a few feathers for the hard truth he lays out regarding student loans. The piece, entitled “Understand Something About Your Student Loans: They’re 100 Percent Your Fault,” states a reality that far too many students these days don’t wish to admit. Unfortunately, […]
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Teachers Should Teach With Movies More Than They Do, Columnist Says

Columnist Joe Mathews, whose Connecting California column is seen in Zócalo Public Square, recently penned an op-ed for SF Gate, where he poised an interesting challenge for the state’s teachers: teach with movies in class. “As our state considers new frameworks for how history and social science are taught, now is the time to incorporate […]
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37 A-Rated Public Colleges and Universities

The educational research company Niche compiles data and information on public colleges and universities, allowing users to sort and rank in a variety of different ways. Business Insider took this data and ran with it, delivering a recent post entitled “The best public college in every state.” Considering that there are 629 public four-year institutions […]
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